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I have tried many ftp-clients in Linux to try and find an Ftp client that supports SSL Implicit!! Have not found any?! why is that?? it is standard in most ftp clients in windows so why isn't it in Linux?
Does anyone know of any ftp-client (preferably graphical such as gtk/qt) that works in Linux?
IglooFTP does implicit. I've bought it and used it just because of that. But, you can email the author(s) of both to make sure I'm not on crack. I'm getting old and maybe my memory isn't so good.. Now where did I put my damn teeth?