I am currently searching for a way to use the basic ftp client on linux machines to download a file in a non-interactive way. So let say I want to download netcat, I would have a file named "ftp.txt" looking like this:
open 192.168.10.10 21
I know on Windows, I could type ftp -s:ftp.txt and it would download the file automaticaly.
But the "-s" command doesn't exist on linux systems... What can I use instead? I just can't seem to find it...