[linux-help] Re: Need ftp to move homepage to new address
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On Monday 20 May 2002 12:47 am, you wrote:
> bruce wrote:
> > http://home.kscable.com/brucepage gets me to the old page, (to browse)
> > but I can't find any combination of prefix (http., http://, ftp, ftp://,
> > etc.) that works with gftp.
> No prefix. The hostname is handled with the ftp protocol, and the
> prefix is not part of the hostname.
> The error is because you are entering a protocol prefix as part of the
You were right, Jeff - no prefix needed. However, over a year ago,
roadrunner gave me a new password. I used it when requested for email. But
they didn't change the password on the web page. I updated the page now and
then with wsftp (which retained the old password) and had no problems.
Today I dug back into my notes and found the original password from when I
first got cable and _voila!_ gftp works great. Page updated and running.
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