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       fsp_prof - file for fsp remote login data


       The  .fsp_prof  file contains data for logging in to a remote host over
       the network for file transfers by fsp commands. This  file  resides  in
       the user’s current or home directory on the machine initiating the file
       transfer. A system wide default file will be also used.   If  passwords
       are stored in this file, its permissions should be set to disallow read
       access by group and others (see chmod(1)).

       The following tokens are recognized; they may be separated by SPACE  or
       NEWLINE  characters  (except the host command which has to be on a line
       of its own):

       host|machine name | internet-addr [ alias ...]
              Identify a remote machine name.  The auto-login process searches
              the  .fsp_prof  file  for  a  token  that  matches  the alias or
              hostname given.  Once a match is made, the subsequent  .fsp_prof
              tokens  are  processed,  stopping  when  the  EOF  is reached or
              another host token is encountered.

       [fsp] port port
              Identify the remote fsp port.

       local port port
              Identify the local port to be used by fsp.

       [fsp] directory dir
              Set the directory in the FSP database.

       local directory dir
              Set the local working directory.

       delay delay
              Set the delay value.

       timeout tim
              Set the timeout value.

       trace on | off
              Enable resp. disable tracing.

       password password
              Supply a password.  Note: if this token is present the .fsp_prof
              file  shouldn’t  be  readable  by  anyone  besides the user. See




       fcatcmd(1), fcdcmd(1), fgetcmd(1), fgrabcmd(1),  flscmd(1),  fmkdir(1),
       fprocmd(1),   fput(1),  frmcmd(1),  frmdircmd(1),  fver(1),  fducmd(1),
       fsethostcmd(1), fspd(1), fsp_prof(5), ffindcmd(1), fsp_env(7)

                                  15 Oct 2003                      FSP_PROF(5)