>The ftp.exe that comes with Windows is pretty versatile. I would
>imaging with some well-planned clips one could do quite a lot
Eric's Clips are quite easy to understand if you have ftp'd
before and know the basics. The problem seems to be the way
ftp.exe passes off the information (unless Eric's ftp.clb got
corrupt which I don't think is the problem). I can take the same
information and plug it into a half dozen ftp clients and they
all work fine. When I try the same in ftp.exe via ftp.clb it's a
no-go for % of the few dozen ISPs I've been on. Normally it is
just adding slashes in the host folder path that causes the
problem with many ftp clints. They definitely do not all work the
same. For instance, all the following may be correct depending on
the ftp client and it appears the ftp site.
Normally it seems that the middle does the best. :) Such as...
In short, a leading forward slash, but no trailing forward slash.
If you have a suggestion, or see something I'm missing, I'm all ears.
Take, /sojourner.us/wwwroot, for instance and see what I've tried
till blue in the face:
It always comes back with a usname/password mismatch. I know they're
correct, so I do not think I am getting to the correct folder.
Tried also: /sojourner.us/wwwroot/html