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Old 05-09-2016, 12:57 PM   #1
Nithin99
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How can I pull all the files from some directories from an FTP server...let's suppose I have my directories as a/b/directory1 and a/b/directory2 and a/b.directory3 of which I want to pull files from directory1 and directory2 by FTP??
 
Old 05-09-2016, 01:05 PM   #2
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How can I pull all the files from some directories from an FTP server...let's suppose I have my directories as a/b/directory1 and a/b/directory2 and a/b.directory3 of which I want to pull files from directory1 and directory2 by FTP??
You run an FTP client, and use it.

Since your question is VERY vague, and you provide no details at all (like version/distro of Linux, or even what your actual goal is), there's little we can tell you past that. There are GUI and CLI FTP clients, and syntax and usage will vary.
 
  


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