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Table 19-3: NcFTP Commands Description Erases remote files Removes remote directories Executes site-specific commands Changes transfer type (ASCII, binary, image) Escapes to the shell and executes the following shell command or script
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The NcFTP get command differs significantly from the original FTP client's get command. Whereas the original FTP client uses two commands, get and mget, to perform download operations, NcFTP uses only the get command. However, the NcFTP get command combines the capabilities of both mget and get into the get command, as well as adding several new features. Table 19-4 lists the various get command options. By default, the NcFTP get command performs wildcard matching for filenames. If you enter only part of a filename, the get command tries to download all files beginning with that name. You can turn off wildcard matching with the -G option, in which case you must enter the full names of the files you want. The following example downloads all files with names beginning with "Xfree86" and is similar to using mget Xfree86* in the original FTP: Table 19-4: NcFTP get Options Description Turn wildcard matching for filenames on or off Download a directory and all its subdirectories (recursive) Force the download of all specified files, even if older or the same as local ones Force resumption of a download from where it was interrupted Rename a remote file on your local system Download files no older than the specified number of days
Command -G -R directory -f filenames -C -z remote-file local-file -n num
get Xfree86
The get command checks to see if you already have a file you are trying to download. If so, it skips the download. The get command also checks if the file you already have is a newer version, in which case it also skips the download. This is a helpful feature for easily maintaining upgrade files. You can simply access the update directory on the remote site, and then use the get command with the * to download to the directory you are using to keep your upgrade file. Only newer versions or newly added upgrade files are downloaded, instead of the entire set. If you want to download a file, even though you have it already, you can force the download with the -f option. For example, to download upgrades for Red Hat manually, you can connect to the Red Hat upgrade directory in the Red Hat FTP site and then issue the following get command:
get *
Note If you were interrupted during a download, you can restart the download from where you left off. This feature is built into NcFTP. (On other FTP programs, it can be invoked with the reget command.) NcFTP checks to see if you have already started to download a file and then continues from where you left off. Certain features require you to enter an option on the command line after the get command. For example, adding the -R command specifies a recursive capability, enabling you to download and create subdirectories and their files. This command is particularly helpful in downloading upgrade directories, such as Red Hat's, which contain several subdirectories. The following example downloads the i386 directory and all its subdirectories:
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