Re: dpkg-ftp 126.96.36.199pre3 for testing (Was: Preparing 188.8.131.52)
On Sat, 31 Jan 1998, Yann Dirson wrote:
> Jason Gunthorpe writes:
> > posted a small hack to debian-user a month or so ago.. It involved putting
> Is it available in the archive ? (what string to search for ?)
TIS FWTK, it should be there.
> > these two lines right before the switch to binary mode:
> > $ftp->_USER("ftp\@ftp.debian.org");
> > $ftp->_PASS("jgg\@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca");
> * USER constructed from user/pass/site already collected
> * ask pass/site for firewall when any
> right ?
Close, user is constructed from user/site, pass is left unchanged. You
must prompt for a firewall user/pass/site and pass those to the normal
perl ftp open function.
The FTP commands go something like:
This will allow use through authenticated ftp proxies. If you have a
non-authenticated ftp proxy then you set an environ var and perl does it
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