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i have installed and working FTP Server With SCO 5.05.
But i need solve problem related to config, like proftpd (i not have installed proftpd)
the recomendation on client site is enable port 113 related to inetd. but i need solve it on server side, like proftpd.conf:
DefaultRoot ~... (9 Replies)
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I have a requirement, where i have to check multiple folders(number of folder may vary) for a file and fetch the file one at a time and load it.
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I am trying to connect to ftp server and get the files. Also i need to rename the file in other ftp dir.
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I am trying rename multiple files in a remote location by connecting through FTP. How do i do this? I get error as for is not FTP command. I looked the FAQ for scripting but it is doesnt relate to my post.
Please help. Thanks
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we migrated from a system with HPUX B.11.0 to HPUX 11.23 i64
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First off I did try google for help on this topic, didn't really find anything.
When I try to ftp from my SCO Unix box (SCO_SV servername 3.2 5.0.5 i386) to a proFTPD server within my company I get this error
Connected to 10.?.?.?.
220 ProFTPD Server ftp.hostname.com
Name (10.?.?.?:root):... (1 Reply)
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