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Transfer localhost:8081 to my Webserver via FTP

I have a raspberry pi with motion installed. I have a mjpg at localhost:8081 and want to transfer it to an other webserver on the internet, so it's kind of a relay. I don't know where to find the mjpg ...
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How to upload files from ssh to FTP?

I have a digitalocean account, & i have ssh access to one of the droplet i created . I want to transfer a large file from this droplet ( server ) to my hostgator account ( i have a FTP enabled on ...
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How can I connect and upload to this FTP host on the console?

A vendor has provided these FTP connection params so I can upload some data for them... Host: host.com Port: 46800 Protocol: FTP – File Transfer Protocol Encryption: Require implicit FTP over TLS ...
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Copy files without encryption (ssh) in local network

scp works well in all cases, but the Raspberry Pi is to weak to copy files efficiently in a secure environment (lan). The theoretically possible 6,75 MB/s via 54 Mbit wireless lan shrink down to about ...
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How can I parallelise the upload of a directory by FTP?

I need to upload a directory with a rather complicated tree (lots of subdirectories, etc.) by FTP. I am unable to compress this directory, since I do not have any access to the destination apart from ...
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Iptables to allow incoming FTP

I want to allow incoming FTP traffic. CentOS 5.4: This is my /etc/sysconfig/iptables file. # Generated by iptables-save v1.3.5 on Thu Oct 3 21:23:07 2013 *filter :INPUT ACCEPT [0:0] :FORWARD ...
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Easiest way to duplicate directory over FTP

I want to duplicate a directory on an FTP server I'm connected to from my Mac via the command-line Let's say I have file. I want to have files2 with all of file's subdirectories and files, in the ...