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FTP: Get command not working

Posted on 2004-04-19
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Hi,

I am using the Korn Shell. when the Get command is executed it gives the following error.

ERROR [s247.txt]: not an SCCS file (co1)

What is this error and how to get rid of it.

Thanks
Suresh
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That sounds like you are executing a 'get s247.txt' outside of an FTP session. In that case the shell would attempt to execute the 'get' command with is an SCCS command.
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Hi jlevie

could u please extend ur views a bit. Because i am executing this
command within the FTP session. And what exactly u mean by SCCS command.

Thanks
Suresh
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Do this:

which get

I'm sure it will show that you are accessing the sccs command.

To do an ftp "get", first you have to go into ftp, for example

ftp someIpAddress


Then, after you are in ftp, the "get" command will be the one that retrieves a file.
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