Re: wput file
On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 10:12:28AM +0200, Erik Xavior wrote:
> I'm trying to put a file to an ftp site:
> wput -v file.txt ftp://USER:PASSWORD@foo.com/public_html/pub/
> file.txt is just a normal plain text file.
> But it says:
> parse-error in escaped character: is not a hexadecimal character
> and it doesn't uploads the file :S
> what am I missing?
> Thank you for any answer
> My aim is to put a file to an ftp server [it would be better, if i could do
> it in real time, or like in every 10-30 seconds]
try using quotes around the ftp address, like
wput -v file.txt 'ftp://USER:PASSWORD@foo.com/public_html/pub/'
I am guessing that some characters in the ftp address is being viewed
by your shell as an escape character (which is usually \ and is not
present there) but the '' should disable that.
- wput file
- From: Erik Xavior <firstname.lastname@example.org>