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I usually run bash to get file from ftp using command below (user : nobody, password : guest)
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user nobody guest
But in this case,... (9 Replies)
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How can I change the password from an ftp user account on a ssh server?
Please give me simple instructions for a users who hasn't a lot of experience.
Just the words in form of a list thanks a lot. (1 Reply)
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I think I may have put this in the wrong forum earlier
the script that follows is an extract from a post someone gave as an answer to a question on ftp within a script
/usr/bin/ftp ftpsiteaddress <<END
user username password
mput... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Henrik
ftp::geturl(n) ftp client ftp::geturl(n)
ftp::geturl - Uri handler for ftp urls
package require Tcl 8.2
package require ftp::geturl ?0.2.1?
This package provides a command which wraps around the client side of the ftp protocol provided by package ftp to allow the retrieval of
urls using the ftp schema.
This command can be used by the generic command ::uri::geturl (See package uri) to retrieve the contents of ftp urls. Internally it
uses the commands of the package ftp to fulfill the request.
The contents of a ftp url are defined as follows:
file The contents of the specified file itself.
A listing of the contents of the directory in key value notation where the file name is the key and its attributes the asso-
link The attributes of the link, including the path it refers to.
BUGS, IDEAS, FEEDBACK
This document, and the package it describes, will undoubtedly contain bugs and other problems. Please report such in the category ftp of
the Tcllib SF Trackers [http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=12883]. Please also report any ideas for enhancements you may have for
either package and/or documentation.
ftpd, mime, pop3, smtp
ftp, internet, net, rfc 959
ftp 0.2.1 ftp::geturl(n)