CFTP(1) BSD General Commands Manual CFTP(1)

NAME cftp - Conch command-line SFTP client

SYNOPSIS cftp [-B buffer_size] [-b command_file] [-R num_requests] [-s subsystem]

DESCRIPTION cftp is a client for logging into a remote machine and executing commands to send and receive file information. It can wrap a number of file trans- fer subsystems

The options are as follows:

-B Specifies the default size of the buffer to use for sending and receiving. (Default value: 32768 bytes.)

-b File to read commands from, - for stdin. (Default value: inter- active/stdin.)

-R Number of requests to make before waiting for a reply.

-s Subsystem/server program to connect to.

The following commands are recognised by cftp :

cd path Change the remote directory to path.

chgrp gid path Change the gid of path to gid.

chmod mode path Change mode of path to mode.

chown uid path Change uid of path to uid.

exit Disconnect from the server.

get remote-path [local-path] Get remote file and optionally store it at specified local path.

help Get a list of available commands.

lcd path Change local directory to path.

lls [ls-options [path]] Display local directory listing.

lmkdir path Create local directory.

ln linkpath targetpath Symlink remote file.

lpwd Print the local working directory.

ls [-l [path]] Display remote directory listing.

mkdir path Create remote directory.

progress Toggle progress bar.

put local-path [remote-path] Transfer local file to remote location

pwd Print the remote working directory.

quit Disconnect from the server.

rename oldpath newpath Rename remote file.

rmdir path Remove remote directory.

rm path Remove remote file.

version Print the SFTP version.

? Synonym for help.

AUTHOR cftp by Paul Swartz <z3p@twistedmatrix.com>. Man page by Mary Gardiner <mary@twistedmatrix.com>.

REPORTING BUGS Report bugs to http://twistedmatrix.com/bugs/

COPYRIGHT Copyright © 2005-2008 Twisted Matrix Laboratories This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

BSD October 8, 2005 BSD