Re: [LINUX_Newbies] FTP with GFTP and ZIP
- Mi Mai 15 08:48:39 2013
Thank You for help.
On 08/05/13 07:27, highskywhy@... wrote:
> Good morning
> How can I upload
> with gftp
> my homepage
> like this
> I have a zip fileo
> and I want to upload it and then unpack it.
Most on line web services do not allow you to do this.
Can I ask why?
I want to upload 50 small htm files and 60 pics in jpg
do I have to upload one by one?
mostly you will
have to unzip it localy and then ftp the whole lot to your space.
But then it is a lot of work
Is there ftp in Linux using the terminal without gui?
> And the other way:
> How can I download my homepage and zip it in a zip file.
FTP commands you could find useful
ascii -- treat everything as ascii
binary -- treat all fles as binaries
auto -- detect and switch between ascii and binary on a file by file basis
mget and mput to do all files at once
then zip as usual
> Can I also do this with Firefox?
Sort of you need to install a ftp extension. I would try a good ftp
client filezilla is about the best.
You can replace the http:// bit with FTP:// as well, not a lot of people
But Firefox using the extension cannot upload and unpack zip files, isn
- Am 15.05.2013 09:03, schrieb highskywhy@...:
> Mi Mai 15 08:48:39 2013
> Good morning
> Thank You for help.
> Good morning, Sophie.
> Yes, there are various tools for this.
> One very simple is "iptraf" (realtime - it's a text mode dialog).
> Another one is the "mrtg" (almost realtime - web - more professional).
> And in graphical mode (KDE and GNOME) is the "screenlet".
> I open the softwarecenter.
> I can see iptraf.
> I can see mrtg.
> I cannot see screenlet.
> I do not understand the description
> but as linuxbeginner
> I think mrtg is the best.
> There is a router.
> There is phonecompany and line.
> After the router there are two linux computers.
> What does mrtg count:
> Traffic going to this computer.
> Traffic going through the router to both computers?