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If the script is run only when you are logged in, you could set the password in an environment variable that is read when the script is run - set it once per session instead of hard-coding it or prompting for it. For example: # log in to your session [user@host] export pass=1234abc [user@host] my-ftp.sh Note the extra space in front of the export command ...


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You need to install FTP. To install ftp , run the below command. # yum -y install ftp For more please click here.


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The ftp program is for the insecure ftp protocol. Your vendor has specified that you use Implicit FTP over TLS which is a way to encrypt the connection and keep your credentials and data private over the Internet. Fortunately, there is a program called lftp which understands this protocol. lftp open -u [username] ftps://host.com:46800 Password: [enter ...


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I've also experienced the same problem with FTP getting stuck, in my case at retrieving directory listing. After a lot of fiddling I was only able to make it work again by forwarding all ports to my computer's IP connected to the router while also disabling SPI Firewall. Being unsatisfied with this workaround I followed @conualfy 's advice and updated to a ...


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How many level deep are you getting? If you need more than 5, you need to provide the -l option. man wget -r --recursive Turn on recursive retrieving. The default maximum depth is 5. -l depth --level=depth Specify recursion maximum depth level depth.



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