A simple thing really, I'm on ubuntu and tried different ways. ssh is not allowed on the machine, sftp only. Wget doesn't understand the ftp:// for some reason, so other SF posts I found didn't net any results.
so far lftp works with single files, but I can not get it to work with wildcards in a way, where every directory is downloaded recursively and not just the files thrown around in a single folder.
On this remote server in /files/ I have 3 directories with spaces, named "Foo Part 1", "Foo Part 2" and "Foo Part 3".
I need to find a single command a la "download me /files/Foo\ Part* from this sftp server to directory /bar/ recursively" in linux with the option to coninue partial downloads if possible.
mget -c -O /bar/ /files/Foo\ Part* glob mget -c -O /bar/ /files/Foo\ Part*
which should work, but either no files are found or I get weird no permission errors, even tho I'm able to access those files and folders manually.
Anyone can give me a few directions what works in this time and age?