Mirror an FTP site.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 19, 2005
I need to mirror the file contents of an FTP site but the only access method is FTP (not SSH.) Currently I have an expect script that automates the download process via ncftp (which can copy whole directories automatically.) The script is rather dumb though since I have to manually terminate once all the files complete. Expect doesn't like the way ncftp displays its screens and I can never get it to properly expect the end of the file transfer. What is the best approach or even software out there that can do this and exit cleanly. I need to attach the mirroring function to a website action form that is using PHP.
is there any linux command to download files from any ftp site remotely
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 29, 2003
I recently came to know of the command wget used for remotely downloading data ie even when the user is logged off.But i could see that it did'nt work for sites.The same links when provided in the internet browser was successful & file started downloading.It also worked in Linux Download managers like Prozilla but not in wget.Though the anonymous user logs in successfully the download does not start or sometimes the error like
"No such file or directory"
too appears.Please provide a solution to this problem.
[SOLVED] Root 100% full write error trying to mirror Apache site
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 22, 2012
I've set up a CentOS web server to function as a mirror for Apache. All went well until I used rsync, per Apache's instructions to mirror/download the site.
I'm using Ceotos 6.3 on Virtualbox and dynamically allocated the hard disk, up to 90 GB in size (currently, it's half-full, at 45 GB.)
When letting rsync download and create the Apache mirror, today it fails, stating that / (root) is full, and the write fails.
My understanding is that when creating a web site, it is best practice to serve the site from /var/www/html. I also don't know how this constitutes / (root) directory.
What did I do wrong here? Why is / (root) full if I'm only halfway to my virtual hard disk's max size? Why do contents of /var/www/html count against / (root)? What are my options for a solution?
Mirror FTP to HTTP on Debian ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 3, 2014
I have had a bit of a dilemma that i hope you guys will be able to help me out with.
I currently have a Debian machine and a FTP server (not on the same machine), i would like to somehow connect that ftp server to my Debian machine and make it act like HTTP.
For example, i would like to have folder "stuff" on ftp that would always be mirrored to a path on my Debian machine's webserver, like, http://192.168.1.2/stuff/
Any idea how i would be able to do that ?
Please take me easy if you give me some advice on this, i am fairly noob with linux.
download mp3 files from ftp site
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 24, 2009
I need to download some mp3 files from an FTP site. What Ubuntu programs for this are best?
How To Link Domain To FTP Site [Ubuntu] [proftpd]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I have created an ftp server using proftpd on my computer running Ubuntu Server. This ftp is currently accessible using the ip [192.168.x.x] and I have setup Portforwarding from port 21. My question is more than likely very basic but - how can i make a .html (website) accessible via a domain name (www.example.com).
Additional Info - I already have a domain registered at 123 reg and have setup the DNS to point to my ip.
Thanks In Advanced,
Downloading from a FTP site using command line
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 27, 2005
I have Mandrake Linux 10.0 and it works fine
I went to a ftp site just using the command line.
First I typed the word ' ftp' and pressed enter.
Then I wrote ' open ip address' and pressed enter.
In the above, after the word open, I wrote the ip addres of the ftp site. I am sorry I can't write the exact ip address here as it is for a limited number of people.
Afterwards, I wrote the username and the passowrd and pressed enter.
I could log in to the ftp site.
I just wrote the 'ls' command and pressed enter. I could see all the files on that server.
I need your help for downloading files
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script for make schedule for automatically download file from ftp site
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 10, 2008
somebody have experience to make a script to run in schedule for automatically download file from FTP?
How do you use wget (with mk option) to mirror a site and its externallylinked images?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I know of wget -mkp http://example.com to mirror a site and all of its internally-linked files.
But, I need to backup a site where all the images are stored on a separate domain. How could I download those images as well with wget, and update the src tags accordingly?
Gwget will not mirror site
location: linux.com - date: September 26, 2009
I just installed Gwget in Ubuntu. When I define a new download to mirror a whole site, and enter the url as http://sitename.com, it only downloads the index.html file, not the whole site. Can someone help with this?
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