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There might be a limit on 32 bit versions of these applications, especially older versions not compiled with "large file support". Those problems were not a result of packets being dropped, but on writing (and/or reading) the files at the appropriate size. Back in 1995 there were similar problems with tar under Irix not support files > 2Gb. So make sure you ...


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For Fedora23 run the commands: setsebool -P ftpd_anon_write 1 setsebool -P ftpd_full_access 1 It worked for me.


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The default recursion depth limit in wget is 5. This is primarily meant for the web where a large recursion is often a mistake, but the default also applies to FTP. Large recursion could also be a problem with FTP if the server has upward-pointing symbolic links. To make a complete mirror, pass -l -1 to make the recursion unlimited, or better, pass the ...


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This is the way, I did it: create new user newftpuser: adduser newftpuser create new group caneditwww: addgroup caneditwww add newftpuser to that group: usermod -a -G caneditwww newftpuser change group ownership for all files and dirs in /var/www: chgrp -R caneditwww /var/www modify group permissions on /var/www, so group members can ...


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I guess you need an SSH Server running in your Windows box, in order to do it this way. AFAIK WinSCP is only client, which means that your script should run in your windows box and copy the files from your linux box. I would use something like Bitvise SSH Server, exchange ssh keys between windows and linux boxes and, run the script in linux (with scp) as ...



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