Re: Clients using a GUI to access FTP
- From: bill@xxxxxxxxxxx (Bill Gunshannon)
- Date: 11 Aug 2006 13:45:49 GMT
In article <hPKhQPqt5ObG@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
koehler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Bob Koehler) writes:
In article <4k0onjF7u30rU1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, bill@xxxxxxxxxxx (Bill Gunshannon) writes:
How do they differ? "ls" returns a simple list of filenames in both.
"ls -l" returns; file modes, number of links, owner, group, filesize,
last modified time and filename.
On BSD systems I've used "ls -l" included the group number unless
-g was used to exclude it. On SVID systems I've used "ls -l" omitted
the group number unless -g was used to add it.
Well, I actually looked in an old SYSV manual here because it had been a
long time since I used a pure SYSV machine and the description for "ls -l"
included the group. I can type it in if you don't believe me.
The output I generally see from a UNIX FTP server for a LIST is in
the format of "ls -l". I haven't paid attention to whether it
tends to include the group.
It would as Unix FTP Servers use the "ls -l" command and then just pipe
the output into a newly created ftp-data socket.
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