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Is ftp files between windows and unix can easily create errors? I have heard that timestamp between the 2 systems; newline character of text files in Unix (LF) is a single byte, whereas on Windows it comprises 2 bytes (CR + LF) would create errors during ftp especially worsen for binary files. Is it true? How to fix it if I need to frequently ftp important text and binary files between Windows and Unix?

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You can do two things.
1. while ftp, select b for binary mode.
2. use the commands dos2unix on unix and unix2dos.
It should help.

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Here you go...

http://kb.iu.edu/data/acux.html

Enjoy.

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