anyone knows a FTP monitor?
cedric.dewijs at tiscali.nl
Sun Oct 15 08:52:38 PDT 2006
I've tried to create a shell script that uses wget, but i can't get the
listing of the remote server without actually downloading the complete
server. I can however get the listing of the top directory of the ftp site.
Could you please give me the magic line to let wget spit out the recursive
contents of the FTP server?
Best regards, and thanks for your trouble,
On Sunday 15 October 2006 13:47, John Lockman wrote:
> It would be easy to throw together a simple perl, or even bash script
> to go check the current list of files on the ftp server and diff it
> against the one it last had. Give it a shot.
> On 10/15/06, cedric <cedric.dewijs at tiscali.nl> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > First of all, i apologize for my very much off-topic question. I hope
> > however there's somebody who can help me on this one.
> > The new versions of software i use and support are on a ftp server. New
> > versions are dumped there, but nobody tells me when a new version
> > arrives. ;-)
> > There are a lot of ftp clients out there, but i have not yet found a
> > version that lets me see if there's a new version of a file without
> > downloading it first.
> > Has anybody seen such a program?
> > Greetings,
> > Cedric
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