I'd like to know if it's possible to use FTP over the command line, simlar to http protocol
With http protocol I can do something like this:
rclone ls --http-url "http://speedtest.tele2.net/" :http:
But with ftp, I've tried several options with no success like:
rclone ls --ftp-host "speedtest.tele2.net" :ftp:
rclone ls --ftp-host "speedtest.tele2.net" :http:
rclone ls --http-url "ftp://speedtest.tele2.net/" :http:
(this hostname has both a ftp and http server)
Thanks for the prompt reply, but my objective was to use only the command line instead of having to do "rclone config" or creating a config file.
you should add a debug flag to better understand the problem
rclone ls :ftp: --ftp-host=speedtest.tele2.net --ftp-user=anonymous --ftp-pass=`rclone obscure dummy`
rclone obscure dummy > pwd.txt && set /p pwd= < pwd.txt
rclone ls :ftp: --ftp-host=speedtest.tele2.net --ftp-user=anonymous --ftp-pass=%pwd%
Nice one @asdffdsa.
@mrs1 you don't really even need to obscure if it's anonymous. Any base64 pass over 7 chars should work.
nice one @calisro
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Thanks a million guys! This is exactly what I needed!
May I suggest this is added to the FTP documentation? The HTTP documentation already has the command line option, but not FTP.
Its rather easy to update docs as you find things that could be enhanced. There is a pencil to edit and just submit.
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