When reloading php software to new directories deleting the old dir is
often difficult because there is a dot file (often with a majic quotes
directrive) so directories aren't empty. I have to telnet to my main
account and use command line ftp to delete the (still invisible)
offending dot files. Then I can delete the dir with my standard ftp

I know that I have seen unix systems where I can view/delete dot files
with an ftp client. Is that under my control (I have user unix access)
or system only control? It's linux/apache.

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