• Subject: Re: ftp
  • From: "Marc Zylka" <mzylka@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 16:00:28 -0500



Booth,

>FTP is easy?  darn.  So I decided to try.  All that my FTP program shows
>me is root ("/") on the AS/400.  How would I find a library named QGPL or
>a file in my library, like "BOOTH/QRPGSRC" or a member like
>"BOOTH/QDDSSRC/ARFILE"

  It's been a while but I'll take a swag at your question.  This may be
totally
inaccurate so, if so, oh well.

  I think the root is QSYS.  If you do an "ls", without the quotes, this may
list whatever is in root which should be your libraries.  Use "cd", again
without the quotes, to change the directory to a library.  So, "cd QGPL"
should take you into QGPL.

  Let me know if that works.

 Marc Zylka ( mzylka@netpath.net )


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