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Essentials for Using Linux FTP

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This guide shares the basics of FTP and a number of unique ways to automate FTP updating and maintaining of files on a server.

This article will focus exclusively on transferring files to your web server. My hope is that anyone who needs to use FTP on a regular basis will gain some insights to make their life easier.

I share tips regarding FTP and how to create files to automate FTP tasks to ensure you get everything done successfully!

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