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Thank you for your reply. I have been trying many methods. One of them is using 'mirror' as you mentioned. Is there any help on configuring it other that the README? I continue to get an error:
Mirror>mirror -d packages/oldearl package=oldearl 172.16.23.244:/home/geouser/Bluedevil/ -> /home/jcastr +o/bin/Mirror/Test Undefined subroutine &ftp::set_signals called at /home/jcastro/bin/mir +ror line 1075.
I think this is related to my hostname. If I give it my local IP address it gives me that error. If I don't, it tries to work but quits saying that it is trying to connect to itself. any suggestions?

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