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    7 ftputil is a high-level alternative to Python's ftplib module. With ftputil,
    8 you can (almost) access directories and files on remote FTP servers as if they
    9 were in your local file system. This includes using file-like objects
    10 representing remote files.
     7ftputil is a high-level alternative to Python's ftplib module. With
     8ftputil, you can access directories and files on remote FTP servers
     9almost as if they were in your local file system. This includes using
     10file-like objects representing remote files.
    1111
    1212What's new?
     
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    4242To use ftputil, you need Python, at least version 2.0. Python is a
    43 programming language, available from http://www.python.org at no cost.
     43programming language, available from http://www.python.org for free.
    4444
    4545Installation
     
    4949  it somewhere else, so that it doesn't conflict with the new version!*
    5050
    51 - Unpack the archive file containing the distribution files. If you have
    52   ftputil version 1.2, you would type at the shell prompt
     51- Unpack the archive file containing the distribution files. If you
     52  had an hypothetical ftputil version 1.2, you would type at the shell
     53  prompt:
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    5455    tar xzf ftputil-1.2.tar.gz
     
    5657  However, if you read this, you probably unpacked the archive already. ;-)
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    58 - Make the directory where most of the files are your current directory.
     59- Make the directory to where the files were unpacked your current directory.
    5960  Consider that after unpacking, you have a directory ftputil-1.2. Make it
    6061  the current directory with
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