Really simple question..... using Net::FTP and placing a script on a cronjob, how can I specify to stop getting the remote file and placing it in the root! Running it locally, this places it where I have my script. Probably a simple change, but here is my script:
$dir = "/log";
$ftp->cwd($dir) or die "Can't cwd to $dir\n";
$get = "filename.file from remote server"
$ftp->get($get) or die "Can't get $get \n";
So this grabs it correctly from the remote server on /log/filename.file but when transferred, it goes to the root / instead of where I want it to go, which is /var/log. How can I specify where to place the new file I am ftping?
UPDATE: Disregard, you can specify remote file location within the get command: ftp->get($get,/path/to/local);