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I'am looking for good ftp client (dont tell me about gFtp.. or about CLI clients, sometimes i use ncftp..)
IglooFTP-PRO doesn't work, it fails to start, kbear doesn't compile (errors finding libz..) deadftp doesn't resume, and doesn't start downloading after reconnect.. some bugs?
I need queue (gFtp with good queue would rock..), automatic resuming to files and site management.. flashfxp have all these features, but it's only for windows
LinuzRulz, did you read his post? I usually don't mention this as it's sometimes easy to miss, but you were the first to reply, and he/she mentions that they don't need comments/suggestions for gftp...
gftp allows queueing...I don't get it. check the options - you probably have something disabled. Queueing works fine for me - and I imagine that that is what the second person is referring too. *shrug*
prozilla is not gui.try prozGUI.any way,it is a download accelerator,and therefore much different from gftp.there are many more download accelerators in linux.(see my sig for that,the windows-linux link and download accelerator link.)
MC is Midnight Commander. It's a great file manager (similar to Windows/Norton Commander) and has ftp capabilities as well.
If you are used with Windows FTP programs, here are some working under wine and instructions to install it:
P.S: kbear is my favorite, if you post the compiling errors, we might be able to help you. Don't forget that you can install kbear with apt-get (apt-get install kbear) skipping the compiling process. Apt-get and synaptic you can get here (Redhat):
P.S2: Don't take me wrong, but what's wrong with you guys... the poster of this thread just said to do not recommend gftp and 3 posts out of 8 said "gftp" without even a reason to use it...Does anybody actually read the posts?...
an offtopic question.I think LinuzRulz is having an avatar.see before
Registered: Jan 2002
Location: Confederate States of America
Distribution: Mandrake 9.0
how did he manage to have an avatar in this site??