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FTP multiple files without prompts

Posted on 1998-11-06
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Does anyone know a command to ftp multiple files withut being prompted after every file? I have used mput and mget, but I don't want to have to respond to a prompt after every file is transferred.
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type "prompt" when you login. This will disable all questions on uploading/downloading multiple files.
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