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Old 04-10-2003, 03:08 AM   #1
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Transfer files

How to set a schedule job to get the file from Linux to pc :
My case like this:
there are some files on the UNIX system /home/edp , I want to set a schedule job to get this file from Linux to pc , and then delete the files on UNIX.
what command can do this in PC side to get and delete files ? thx.
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I think you should make one bash script, which wi'll do this job on schedule job/time.



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