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i just install ftpd in my linux box(slackware 9.1) my problem is many of my client dont know how to use an ftp client is there ftp server that use a web interface??? i want my client to just click and drag the files to the web... to make life simpler thks in adv.
Most browsers can use connect via as an FTP client. It doesn't matter what FTP server your running, it doesn't depend on a particular gui application. Any FTP client can connect to it most likely and your users can use what suits them best or more comfortable with.
yes i know that but things iwant a for professional look like hotmail
not just to type in my web browser ftp.xxxx.com. iwant a software that i can configure,customize.... ex like iwant to have my company logo in the ftp