RedHat did that. You may find the howto-5.0-5.noarch.rpm package on your
favorite RedHat mirror.
Alternatively, many cool ftp sites may set up the tgz file for you. If
you want to get the contents of the foo/ directory, try "get foo.tar.gz"
in your ftp session. It is possible that the ftp server will kindly
create the .tar.gz fil and send it to you.
To go even simplier, try using the "mget" command to get multiple files
with one commande. The "prompt" command is used to disable the confirmation
request for each file downloaded.
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