ftp client automate ftp
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Frank da Cruz)
Subject: Re: automated ftp
Date: 22 Jan 2001 19:24:49 GMT
In article <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
: In article <20010119134228.F5196@jpradley.jpr.com>,
: > |...
: > | Have created .netrc(root) chmod 600
: > |
: > | That file contains -
: > | machine mybox.com
: > | login username
: > | password username_password
: Thanks JP.
: Those foo files are driving me crazy.
: What if you wanted multiple automated cron ftp's.
: Can the .netrc file contain multiple entries?
Dear SCO people,
I posted an announcement here in early January for an FTP client that can
be automated beyond your wildest dreams, and yes, you can use it to have
multiple cron'd ftp sessions. It doesn't use the silly .netrc file. I
took the trouble to make sure it worked in every SCO operating system
going back to Xenix 2.3.4, and have prebuilt binaries waiting for you.
How about giving it a spin?
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