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Date:      Sun, 28 Dec 2003 19:58:01 -0500
From:      "Jonathan T. Sage" <>
To:        siavash mahjoob <>
Subject:   Re: ftp mirroring (was: please help me)
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hello -
   on a side note, when posting to questions@, a descriptive subject 
will help get you your answer faster.

if you know the filenames of the files you wish to retrieve, take a look 
at 'man fetch'

if you are looking to pull full directory trees or even just a full 
directory, there are a number of ports that have this functionality. 
rsync is an option that works via ssh, and fget (usr/ports/ftp/fget) 
appears to do something similar via ftp.

hope this helps, good luck ~j

siavash mahjoob wrote:

> hi
> i have dedicated server on internet(linux server) &
> i have full access to this and i have freebsd 5.1
> i want freebsd computer scheduleally connect to 
> this server & get many of the file that exist
> in this such ftp path : ftp://servername/pub(this ftp
> path is example)
> by using cron.
> please guide me about this
> regards,

Jonathan T. Sage
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