After a download is interupted, can ftp (or xdir)
be used to resume, rather than restart, the download.
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Some versions of ftp support the "reget" command to continue a get fromQuote:>After a download is interupted, can ftp (or xdir)
>be used to resume, rather than restart, the download.
The syntax is the same as for "get"
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> After a download is interupted, can ftp (or xdir)
> be used to resume, rather than restart, the download.
Note that for this to work, the server needs to understand the
RESTart command -- it's not just client side functionality.
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Does anyone know why
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gives a warning err of incomparible pointer type?
I also can't get rexec to function. It compiles ok....