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Re: Using inav to copy from IFS to local pc



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LOL - no disagreement - was just giving the simplest version - I heartily endorse your practice here. In fact, I'd thought of adding a clause about root or other IFS path - it just seemed too messy, so left it alone.


On 7/24/2014 11:23 AM, Jon Paris wrote:
OK - I'm going to disagree with Vern here. I use Filezilla's connection manager and have a connection defined for each major IFS subsystem that I need to work with. Much easier than having to drill down each time.


On 2014-07-24, at 11:09 AM, Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Filezilla is free and works flawlessly. Main thing is to set the initial directory in the connection to the root.

On 7/24/2014 9:51 AM, Richard Reeve wrote:
Thanks for your responses. It is my own p.c. The drag/drop doesn't seem
to work. It creates a .tmp file in the destination drive with size of 0.
How tough is it to use filezilla? Is that an open source utility?

Thanks again.

Rich


On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 10:33 AM, Jon Paris <jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Is this your own PC or an end user? If it is yours and you have RDi loaded
you can drag/drop it using that.

Alternatives include mapping a network drive to the IFS or simply using
FTP from the PC to download the file. Personally I use Filezilla for this
task rather than do it by hand.


On 2014-07-24, at 10:23 AM, Richard Reeve <rjrjr64@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All,

Is there a way to copy a file on the IFS to a local PC using Inav? I
have created a file (pipe delimted) in a directory on the IFS and need to
import that file to a local p.c.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

Rich
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