You can also use ASCII mode in ftp, it will translate the line ends for you. BINARY mode is for programs and archive files (zip, tar, tgz, etc...)

Simon Barner wrote:

I ftp'd a file from windows to freebsd....not its every line has ^M at its
Is there some command in vi (or some way) by whcih ^M can be removed.

You can use dos2unix(1) for that. There is also the complementary tool


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