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Old 14th August 2010, 03:20
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Default Centos FTP from command line

Hi,

How can I upload 1 file into FTP of a different server via command line?
Is this possible?

For example, I have a file /root/file.tar.gz
From Command line, I need to connect to some other server via FTP and authentication, and upload this file.tar.gz to there.

Similar as we download using wget, but I need to upload.

Thanks.

Last edited by Polk; 14th August 2010 at 10:04.
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