FTP every 10 minutes a text file from Raspberry PI

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I need to FTP from a Raspberry PI installation every 10 minutes a newly generated text file.

How do I do this automatically?
marceloNYCMiddle-Tier AdministratorAsked:
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serialbandCommented:
Assuming ftp is set to anon

wget ftp://You_Server_Name_or_IP/Path/file.txt

If you need a username:
wget ftp://Account@You_Server_Name_or_IP/Path/file.txt

If you also need a password:
wget ftp://Account:password@You_Server_Name_or_IP/Path/file.txt
marceloNYCMiddle-Tier AdministratorAuthor Commented:
I get that part is the report generated needs to know the last one created.

So is like filename: filendatetime.txt Some values of the file name change like the date or hour. I need to be able to keep uploading the latest file.
serialbandCommented:
What is the file name format?

Specify a wildcard.  I the file name was HistoryYearMonthDate

wget ftp://Account:password@You_Server_Name_or_IP/Path/ -A History*.txt

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