rechlin at magma.ca
Sun Jan 26 23:24:24 EST 2003
At 04:31 PM 1/22/03 -0500, you wrote:
> Does anyone know of a good sftp client? The basic sftp doesn't even have
>mget, and it doesn't come near ncftp for ease of use. I'd prefer a
>command-line client. Word completion is a must.
I was going to use SFTP to upload files to our corporate site, but it turns
out that SFTP does not fix line-ends when talking between, for instance,
Windows and Linux.
And (I think according to PuTTY's FAQ) this is not in the spec.
So I still use FTP to our internal and external servers.
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