Hi Ryan,

We have a little problem with FTP with our ISP, so we cant offer FTP access
right now.

I seem to recall there is a little perl program kicking around that will do a
command line http get?

Cheers.


On May 17,  3:51pm, ryanm wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) ftp access to patches
> Is there anyway you can open up ftp access to the files so
> we can pull down the necessary files with an mget through
> an ftp client running from the console of a UNIX machine??
> We do not have browsers on any of our servers and I really
> do not want to install lynx for this sole purpose. Thanks
> for any suggestions/info.
>
> Ryan
>
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