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WNxSquee 01-04-2004 09:39 AM

Looking for easy to use FTP server /w gui
 
I have recently tried to start my own FTP server and am looking for a good proggie for it and a easy to understand instructions on how to operate it since I am new at this. I have tried ProFTPd and got lost setting it up. I downloaded the RPM for it but I have no idea. ANY help would be greatly appreciated.
~calvin

php 01-04-2004 10:14 AM

a GUI ftp server? okkkk

wenberg 01-04-2004 10:17 AM

Check out pureftpd at www.pureftpd.org. I think you can download GUI frontend for the server. I don't use any GUI on my Slackware setup, but I'm quite sure it has a front end. I setup PureFTPd within ten minutes after going through hell authenticating users using ProFTPd. Mind you, I have around 26 total hours of Linux experience, so if it was that difficult, I would not have been able to install it and have it up and running.

timdsmith 01-04-2004 11:14 AM

I agree. Pure-ftpd. Can't beat it. It's probably the easiest and most secure ftp server out there right now. I've used it for years and wouldn't use anything else.

mcleodnine 01-04-2004 01:17 PM

You may also want to have a look at a user-contributed Linux Answer for some help.

TheDarkLord 01-04-2004 06:11 PM

It still would be better to use proftpd or the like. People still don't get configuration file based apps. They really are easier to use than gui ones.

WNxSquee 01-05-2004 11:00 AM

Ok Ill give that tut a shot and see what happends I already have the RPM of the installed so we will see where that goes. If I have any problems I will be sure to post back here. I tried a different forum as well and still got no replys on it. Ohh Well I guess everyone can't be as smart as you guys. This forum is the BEST!


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