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    Request
          Description
    ABOR
          abort previous command
    ACCT
          specify account (ignored)
    ADAT
          send an authentication protocol message
    ALLO
          allocate storage (vacuously)
    APPE
          append to a file
    AUTH
          specify an authentication protocol to be performed
    CCC
          set the command channel protection mode to "Clear" (no protection). Only available if the -c command-line option was given.
    CDUP
          change to parent of current working directory
    CWD
          change working directory
    DELE
          delete a file
    ENC
          send a privacy and integrity protected command (given in argument)
    HELP
          give help information
    LIST
          give list files in a directory (``ls -lgA'')
    MIC
          send an integrity protected command (given in argument)
    MKD
          make a directory
    MDTM
          show last modification time of file
    MODE
          specify data transfer mode
    NLST
          give name list of files in directory
    NOOP
          do nothing
    PASS
          specify password
    PASV
          prepare for server-to-server transfer
    PBSZ
          specify a protection buffer size
    PORT
          specify data connection port
    PROT
          specify a protection level under which to protect data transfers
    PWD
          print the current working directory
    QUIT
          terminate session
    REST
          restart incomplete transfer
    RETR
          retrieve a file
    RMD
          remove a directory
    RNFR
          specify rename-from file name
    RNTO
          specify rename-to file name
    SITE
          non-standard commands (see next section)
    SIZE
          return size of file
    STAT
          return status of server
    STOR
          store a file
    STOU
          store a file with a unique name
    STRU
          specify data transfer structure
    SYST
          show operating system type of server system
    TYPE
          specify data transfer type
    USER
          specify user name
    XCUP
          change to parent of current working directory (deprecated)
    XCWD
          change working directory (deprecated)
    XMKD
          make a directory (deprecated)
    XPWD
          print the current working directory (deprecated)
    XRMD
          remove a directory (deprecated)

The following non-standard or UNIX specific commands are supported by the SITE request.


    Request
          Description
    UMASK
          change umask. E.g., SITE UMASK 002
    IDLE
          set idle-timer. E.g., SITE IDLE 60
    CHMOD
          change mode of a file. E.g., SITE CHMOD 755 filename
    HELP
          give help information. E.g., SITE HELP
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