From the linux prompt, after logon, change to the specific directory,
and type the program name (if it is on text mode), or run it through
x-window or kde.

FTP command to run remote program ? I never heard it. As far as I know,
FTP is for File Transfer purpose only. Normally Unix base system accessed
by telnet.

Soesanto
//

Tim McCarthy wrote:

> I'm forwarding this question to the list 'cause I don't know the
> answer...
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> >I have a customer who is FTPing files to a Linux server.  After they
> have put their file to the server, they want to execute a program >to
> process their file.  What is the syntax to execute a remote command or
> program on Linux?   e.g. quote site ....
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