[lug] FTP Question
nunar at iws.net
Mon Nov 20 09:41:07 MST 2000
YES! That absolutely helps.
Quoting Calvin Dodge <caldodge at fpcc.net>:
> MauroMedia wrote:
> > I need to copy a directory and all of it\'s
sub-directories and files from
> > a server to a local machine. I can\'t use a GUI and I
can\'t tar the
> > directory on the server (There\'s not enough room.)
Should I be using FTP
> > for this? If so, what\'s the command to get a directory?
> Do you have ncftp available on the destination
computer? In ncftp you just
> -R dir\" to get the directory and everything underneath.
> You can do that with scp (secure copy), too, if you\'re
> on the network. \"scp -r sourcecomputer:dir .\" will do
the job for you.
> Does that help?
> Calvin Dodge
> Certified Linux Bigot
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