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Date:      Thu, 17 Feb 2005 15:20:12 -0500
From:      Mikhail Teterin <mi+mx@aldan.algebra.com>
To:        "Robert Kim, EVDO-Coverage, Verizon Agent" <robertk@video-phones-evdo.com>
Cc:        List FreeBSD <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: need ftp-mirroring software, that pushes, rather than pulls
Message-ID:  <200502171520.12303.mi+mx@aldan.algebra.com>
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> Mikhail,
>
> Lemme know if Debian.org/mirror/push_mirroring points you in the right
> direction...

No. The method described on the page requires ssh-access to the receiving 
server. If I had that, I would've happily used rdist-over ssh without 
bothering this list(s).

I must use ftp-protocol for transport. lftp does seem to have that -- I'm 
trying to figure the details out now...

Thanks.

	-mi



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