Is there a way to transfer files via the command line?

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adrianh
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Is there a way to transfer files via the command line?

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Having to click through the hierarchy is a real nuisance, there must be some way that I don't have to do all this clicking. Has anyone else had this issue? A command line utility would be great or as a second (less liked) option even to get it to remember my last local/remote directory locations and maybe have a button to reset the local directory.

Thx.
adrianh
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Re: Is there a way to transfer files via the command line?

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On a related note, I'm finding that when I copy a directory, that sometimes the files don't get transferred. I'm overwriting a directory and it looks like some files were deleted but not copied over. It's quite annoying as I have to repeat the copy procedure a second time. There was no error, it just seemed to have wiped the file it was supposed to copy over.
adrianh
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Re: Is there a way to transfer files via the command line?

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Wow! So, this has never been brought up? NOBODY has EVER wanted this feature?
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Re: Is there a way to transfer files via the command line?

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Indeed, there is no commandline for it.
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