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Hello, I'm a question about FTP. I have a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.1 with all locale information it_IT.UTF-8. In telnet if i list the files i see ...
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    FTP question


    Hello,
    I'm a question about FTP.
    I have a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.1 with all locale information it_IT.UTF-8.
    In telnet if i list the files i see the date format dd/mm/AAAA.
    If i try to connect via command line to ftp (vsFTPd 2.0.5) if i list the files i see the date format mm/dd/AAAA.
    There is a method to force ftp to see the date format dd/mm/AAAA?

    Thanks for any help
    Regards,

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    Just curious

    Is there a reason why you want the format to appear in this manner?

    Also, is there are reason why you don't use sftp or ssh instead of telnet or ftp

    Please advise.

    Tdsan

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    We have an application that check last change to a file. If the remote version is more up-to-date update of the local version the local version is overwritten.
    The problem is that this application download the file via ftp and if the date format (local date format is Italian dd/mm/AAAA) is different the remote don't download nothing.
    Regards,

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