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EvolutionX FTP/Telnet Commands


EvoX beta FTP/Telnet Commands

EvoX Commands
SETIP
FORMATDRIVE
FORMATPATH
HDDINFO
SECTORDUMP
MEMDUMP
EXECUTE
FLASHBIOS


FTP Commands (thanks to vbip.com for the descriptions)
CDUP (CHANGE TO PARENT DIRECTORY)
This command is a special case of CWD, and is included to
simplify the implementation of programs for transferring
directory trees between operating systems having different
syntaxes for naming the parent directory. The reply codes
shall be identical to the reply codes of CWD.

RNTO (Rename To)
This command specifies the new pathname of the file
specified in the immediately preceding "rename from"
command. Together the two commands cause a file to be
renamed.

RNFR (Rename From)
This command specifies the old pathname of the file which is
to be renamed. This command must be immediately followed by
a "rename to" command specifying the new file pathname.

PASS (Password)
The argument field is a Telnet string specifying the user's password. This command must be immediately preceded by the user name command, and, for some sites, completes the user's identification for access control.

USER (User Name)
The argument field is a Telnet string identifying the user. The user identification is that which is required by the server for access to its file system. This command will normally be the first command transmitted by the user after the control connections are made

RMD (REMOVE DIRECTORY)
This command causes the directory specified in the pathname to be removed as a directory (if the pathname is absolute) or as a subdirectory of the current working directory

MKD (MAKE DIRECTORY)
This command causes the directory specified in the pathname to be created as a directory (if the pathname is absolute) or as a subdirectory of the current working directory

STOR (STORE)
This command causes the server-DTP to accept the data transferred via the data connection and to store the data as a file at the server site. If the file specified in the pathname exists at the server site, then its contents shall be replaced by the data being transferred. A new file is created at the server site if the file specified in the pathname does not already exist.

DELE (DELETE)
This command causes the file specified in the pathname to be deleted at the server site.

RETR (RETRIEVE)
This command causes the server-DTP to transfer a copy of the file, specified in the pathname, to the server- or user-DTP at the other end of the data connection.

CWD (CHANGE WORKING DIRECTORY)
This command allows the user to work with a different directory or dataset for file storage or retrieval without altering his login or accounting information.

QUIT (LOGOUT)
This command terminates a USER and if file transfer is not in progress, the server closes the control connection. If file transfer is in progress, the connection will remain open for result response and the server will then close it.

LIST (LIST)
This command causes a list to be sent from the server to the passive DTP. If the pathname specifies a directory or other group of files, the server should transfer a list of files in the specified directory.

PORT (DATA PORT)
The argument is a HOST-PORT specification for the data port to be used in data connection. There are defaults for both the user and server data ports, and under normal circumstances this command and its reply are not needed.

TYPE (REPRESENTATION TYPE)
This arguement changes the way files will be transferred from the host. Ascii is for text files, bin is for any binary files.

PWD (PRINT WORKING DIRECTORY)
This command causes the name of the current working directory to be returned in the reply.

SYST (SYSTEM)
This command is used to find out the type of operating system at the server.

 

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