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Old 03-07-2006, 06:04 PM   #1
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console ftps/ssl client with clear data channel?

I need to script an ftp connection to an ftp/ssl server on a system without X or anything gui installed. I need to find a console ftp client for linux (debian, specifically) that:
  • supports an implicit ssl connection
  • after authorization, can use a clear (unencrypted) data channel
  • handles 502 (command not supported) errors gracefully, without dying
  • is easily scriptable

a very specific list, i know...but does anyone know of something offhand that would fit the bill? I would be eternally grateful!


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