Sorry if that was a repeated question! all my search results leads to 'SSH' results...
I'm asking about FTP, How can I recursively change mode from FTP using the terminal?
Again: I'm using FTP, not SSH or SFTP, so, I guess these are the only option which I have:
ftp> ? Commands may be abbreviated. Commands are: ! dir mdelete qc site $ disconnect mdir sendport size account exit mget put status append form mkdir pwd struct ascii get mls quit system bell glob mode quote sunique binary hash modtime recv tenex bye help mput reget tick case idle newer rstatus trace cd image nmap rhelp type cdup ipany nlist rename user chmod ipv4 ntrans reset umask close ipv6 open restart verbose cr lcd prompt rmdir ? delete ls passive runique debug macdef proxy send
I don't have
find, so when I tried:
ftp> chmod 755 $(find /path/to/dir -type d)
550 Could not change perms on $(find: No such file or directory
And I didn't get enough info from
help when I tried:
ftp> help chmod
It gives me only:
chmod change file permissions of remote file
So, how can I recursively do a search for folders/files only to
chmod 755 $(find /path/to/base/dir -type d) chmod 644 $(find /path/to/base/dir -type f)
But from FTP ?