fetch -avrpAFU ftp://loginid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/IDX/ActivePhotos/*/*.*
The /*/ directory is 2 positions in size and
contains 00 through 99 as directory names.
The *.* means all files in this directory.
When I execute this I get logged in but get file
not found or not available error message.
Is wildcard usage not allowed in ftp?
How would you suggest to accomplish downloading source file
directory structure and their contents?
You might look into curl. I know it has some wildcarding capabilities.
I haven't done ftp'ing around in a while. But a long time ago, when I did,
I used ncftp. That does wildcarding iirc.
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