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ascii-xfr



SYNOPSIS

       ascii-xfr -s|-r [-ednv] [-l linedelay] [-c characterdelay]
       filename


DESCRIPTION

       Ascii-xfr  Transfers  files  in  ASCII mode. This means no
       flow control, no checksumming and  no  file-name  negotia­
       tion.  It should only be used if the remote system doesn't
       understand anything else.

       The ASCII protocol transfers files line-by-line.  The  EOL
       (End-Of-Line)  character  is  transmitted  as  CRLF.  When
       receiving, the CR character is stripped from the  incoming
       file.   The Control-Z (ASCII 26) character signals End-Of-
       File, if option -e is specified (unless you change  it  to
       Cotrol-D (ASCII 4) with -d).

       Ascii-xfr  reads from stdin when receiving, and sends data
       on stdout when sending. Some form of input or output redi­
       rection  to the the modem device is thus needed when down­
       loading or uploading, respectively.


OPTIONS

       -s     Send a file.

       -r     Receive a file. One of -s or -r must be present.

       -e     Send the End-Of-File character (Control-Z, ASCII 26
              by default) when uploading has finished.

       -d     Use  the Control-D (ASCII 4) as End-Of-File charac­
              ter.

       -n     Do not translate CR to CRLF and vice versa.

       -v     Verbose: show tranfer statistics on the stderr out­
              put.

       -l milliseconds
              When  transmitting, pause for this delay after each
              line.

       -c milliseconds
              When transmitting, pause for this delay after  each
              character.

       file   Name  of  the file to send or receive. When receiv­
              ing, any existing file by this name will  be  trun­
              cated.


USAGE WITH MINICOM

       If  you  want  to call this program from minicom(1), start

                   $Date: 2003/03/30 18:55:40 $      ASCII-XFR(1)

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