Re: automagic ftp sessions?
Thanks for the script. I modified it slightly and now it posts
my dynamic ip address where friends can look it up. It runs in
ip-up.d. Then, ip-down.d puts "i'm offline" in the same file.
Works like a charm...yesterday a friend in NY was browsing my
web server! I just setup a shell account and told him to try
telnet next time.
Bye the way, this friend is a MAC user, but is the first person
to tell me about linux (about 1 1/2 years ago). Now I'm trying
to convert _him_.
On Thu, Jul 08, 1999 at 08:38:35AM -0400, Michael E. Touloumtzis wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 07, 1999 at 11:34:45PM -0600, David Karlin wrote:
> > I'm running slink and would like to automate an ftp session
> > to upload a file to a remote server.
> > I've been reading a Unix book which says that the "<<"
> > redirector is usful for this, but no details or example are
> > given.
> Something like this?
> ftp -i -n hostname <<EOI
> user myid mypasswd
> put /tmp/myfile.tgz myfile.tgz
> chmod 600 myfile.tgz
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