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Upload a file using ftp command (use with Crontab)

Posted on 2001-07-24
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Can I have a command line or batch file to upload a file using ftp?
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Question by:saikit
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Download and install "ncftp", aside from being a somewhat nicer ftp client to the normal one (it feaures tab file name completion and download resume) it has ncftpput and ncftpget, which are command line utilities that do exactly that.

You can find it at http://freshmeat.net/projects/ncftp/
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by:kookkai
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ncftp
ftp>o ftp.192.xxx.xxx.xxx

use command
put xxx.zip or mput xxx.zip

you can see event upload

use command
ha
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