I know you can, but my point is command line still is command line. So hardly any difference in explaining that to someone. You just need to give some more commands with ftp. so there really is no point in storing ISO's on a gmail account.

And i'm not sure about this but i don't think google isn't going to allow this as well. (I might be wrong with this one)
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