> Yes but mput will only operate on files within a single directory.
> There seems to be no ftp command that acts recursively. ie. these 362
> files are not in one directory, but located in maybe 50 nested
>> If I was to try and use mput I still have to go through the laborious
> process of chdiring to subdirectory X locally, creating subdirectory X on
> host, mputting all files in X. Chances of doing this correctly with
> 50 nested dirs without forgetting to do one dir (or dying of boredom
> in the process) are near zero.
ncftp can do recursive get and put's
put -R *
apologies for further helpful assistance but im really busy :)
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