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How to PUT whole directory via linux.

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Hi, i'm currently using linux command line and need to upload a whole directory.

Each time i use the command .   Put /var/www/html/web12/    i get a error stating " not a plain file"

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You mean via ftp?
You can't transfer directory via ftp, only multiple files like
mkdir web12
cd web12
lcd /var/www/html/web12/
prompt
mput *
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If the remote machine also runs ssh then you can use scp to transfer the files:  "scp -Cpr /var/www/html/web12/ /remote_location".
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