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Kaneda

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Dec 2, 2001
how do i upload something to a ftp server with SSH (or telnet)? i just need the command(s)
im semi new to linux, but its not rocket science.

any help appreciated
thanks,
Drew
 
SSH doesn't do ftps as far as I know, and ftp via telnet would be more trouble than its worth.

Can you connect to servers with `ftp`? Uploading files then is as simple as:
binary
put <filename>
 
Most ssh packages come with sftp.. other than that you'd have to use just your plain old ftp command
 
I didn't think sftp was a plain old ftp client, I thought it was some sort of ssh-encrypted ftp. I just use scp myself.
 
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