how to preserve time stamp when doing ftp?

how to preserve time stamp when doing ftp?

Post by Ong Han Mi » Fri, 19 Jul 1996 04:00:00


        I am trying to ftp a file and yet preserve its time stamp when it
reaches the destination. Is there a while besides tarring it first and
untarring at the destination.

thanks much,
Han Ming


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