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Simple script uploading *.dem files to an ftp

Hello.. i want to create a simple script that's upload all the *.dem files from one directory to ftp and then delete them.

Any help?
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Hello,
just curious, why do You want to do it in a script?
I can recommend the wput program, which together with wget, is very useful for filetransfers of many kinds.

/Lakris
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i want to load it at cron and run every day..
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Ok, so given that You have wput and a script looking something like this,

Quote:
#!/bin/bash
wput /thedir/*.dem ftp://my.ftp.server/
rm /thedir/*.dem
Then You should be well on Your way right?

/Lakris

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