Charles G Waldman writes:
Mats Lidell writes:
> And who uses ftp these days for download?
Well, I would, if it worked ;-)
You need to tell your client *not* to use passive FTP.
I know, I know, but this misconfiguration of the server has persisted
for years, and every time it gets fixed it gets restored from backup.
I'd like to move from Tux (they used to be very helpful, but the
people who actually do the administration now are, er, a bit
self-centered). Suggestions are welcome. I'd rather avoid
Sourceforge (we're big enough that we would be continuously
negotiating with them for space) and Savannah (dunno whether it's
enemies on the outside, or lack of staff on the inside, but they're
just too unresponsive).
> wget, even getting libcurl support included in the core.
I've posted branches for that in past, but nobody expressed any
interest. There are three ways to do it, in fact; you can incorporate
the FFI branch and use the included libcurl bindings as SXEmacs does,
or you can use my libcurl or neon bindings.
One of these days I'll merge those up and push them....
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