By imacrazyballoon
Jun 18, 2006
  1. I am trying to get a folder on my computer (windows xp sp2) onto a linux server (fedora core 4). How do i do this? In the past i uploaded it to a web hosting site and used wget, but this file is too large to do that.
  2. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 8,945   +585

    1) the target Linux must have FTPD running which will open ports 20,21
    2) on your system, you FPT $target-ip-address (or domain-name)

    you will need a login on the Linux system and need to give your user-id and password

    upon logging in, issue passive as the first command.

    be sure you're in the right transfer mode for the type of file being transported;
    ascii for text files, and binary for all else
  3. TypeX45

    TypeX45 TS Rookie Posts: 144

    If both of these computers are yours, heck with it and just set up a samba share on the linux box. Not that hard to do and then you never have to worry about transfering with commands. Just drag and drop.
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