- From: jellybean stonerfish <stonerfish@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 26 Mar 2009 13:27:40 GMT
On Thu, 26 Mar 2009 08:37:20 -0400, Van Chocstraw wrote:
I tried it on my linux box. Had CrossFTP server running on Windows box
with anonymous account. Says: CrossFTP Server ready for new user, then:
Can't connect, Authentication failed. How do you fix this?
Maybe you need to tell it your password and username?
A snip from the ncftp manpage
open Establishes an FTP control connection to a remote host.
By default, ncftp logs in anonymously to the remote host.
You may want to use a specific user account when you log in,
so you can use the ‘‘-u’’ flag to specify which user.
This example shows how to open the host
‘‘bowser.nintendo.co.jp’’ using the username ‘‘mario:’’
open -u mario bowser.nintendo.co.jp
Here is a list of options available for use with the open
-u XX Use username XX instead of anonymous.
-p XX Use password XX with the username.
You can also pass those options with the invocation of ncftp.
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