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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by efeito, Sep 18, 2003.

  1. efeito

    efeito Well-Known Member
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    Hi there,

    i need to copy all files from a directory (and subdirectorys) from a windows servers, to my linux server.

    Can anyone tell me how can i do that all at the same time? I only know using mget *.* and then say "y" for every file.

    But are a lot of files to say "y" one by one.

    Thanks

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  2. mjm

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    zip all files on windows server.
    tranfer to linux server
    unzip files

    done.

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  3. efeito

    efeito Well-Known Member
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    That is not my question, does anyone knows how to use mget? To download all the files, without confirmation. I can't use it like that.

    Zip the files is not an option :/

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  4. mjm

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    man mget
    mget --help

    that should give you the info you want. if not search on google for it.

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    after you login using ftp type the command "PROMPT" then hit enter, then run your mge

    after you login using ftp type the command, type "PROMPT" then hit enter, then run your mget command and you will not be asked for a Y/N.
     
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    Great, though it's probably not worth resurrecting a 2 year old thread just for that ;)
     
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