Re: autoup.sh & considerations on bail-out scripts
At 23:16 -0700 1998-02-10, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
>On Tue, 10 Feb 1998, David Welton wrote:
>> It seems as though the only way to execute a script non interactively
>> with plain ftp is with the use of a .netrc file. The script could
>> check to make sure the file does not exist, ask the user to create it,
>> write the commands to the file, and run ftp, cleaning it up
>First off, wget with FTP url's might be the best choice. Easy to use, and
>seems to be fairly robust. Bit verbose though.
By default, yes, but with the -q or --quiet option, it will not generate
Joel "Espy" Klecker Debian GNU/Linux Developer <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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