[TAG] Jim, HELP needed, 5-minute solution needed by computer industry
jw5801 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 08:20:32 MSD 2009
On 17/06/09 13:51, Aviongoo Sales wrote:
> Sorry, but I have no idea what "We'd all really apreciate it if you
> didn't top post, either." means. So, if I've done it again please
Top posting is the usual form of business email reply (ie. keeping a
complete copy of the email you're replying to after your reply). It
doesn't play nicely with the archiving for this list, so it's preferred
if you don't do it. If you are replying to a certain part of a message,
quote it beforehand (as I've done here).
> 2) I want to go to Google and enter something like "vb.net code to
> upload a file to Linux server" (without quotes). I want working code
> to be displayed that I can copy and use. I want to have a solution
> implemented within five minutes (300 seconds) and no more.
> As I said, I already have a solution. While I thank you for your
> "SSH" suggestion (I usually use PuTTY), and while I might develop a
> solution that uses SSH - your suggestion misses the point. Using
> "SSH" in a google search "code for programmatic use of SSH to upload a
> file to Linux server" does not come close to presenting me with code I
> can use.
> Seriously, the key point is this - I find it incredible that after
> entering numerous Google, Bing, and Yahoo queries similar to "vb.net
> code to upload a file to Linux server" and not a single one has
> produced a result where I can copy and paste working vb.net code or
> even old vb code. When code was displayed it was usually in the form
> of a question i.e. "why doesn't this code work?".
> I simply can not believe a working solution has not been documented
> and indexed in Google. But it hasn't!
> And that is why I thought the Linux community would be interested.
> Since Linux is not close to replacing Windows client machines, at
> least Linux should want to make it easy for programmers to do basic
> client/server operations - such as implement a file upload under
> program control solution. I guess I was wrong that the Linux community
> would be interested.
I think the answer to this one is simple, most people involved in the
Linux community have a rather intense dislike for .NET based solutions.
I don't understand why anyone would want to code in such a horrendous
proprietary language which is completely useless away from Windows. I
don't think the Linux community has any interest in coding in vb.net,
hence why you won't be able to find a documented working solution using it.
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