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FTP software for Ubuntu (Gnome/KDE, binary)





wicke
I need FTP software for my Ubuntu because I want move files to the web server. I hate command based softwares, so graphical is that I want, but command based is ok if it's easy to use and I get documentation.
manumiglani
You can use Gftp on ubuntu... its gui ftp software.
kiranaghor
Try filezilla. It is realy good. I have been using it for last six months and so far so good.
manumiglani
kiranaghor wrote:
Try filezilla. It is realy good. I have been using it for last six months and so far so good.


Filezilla is not available on Linux.
wicke
manumiglani wrote:
kiranaghor wrote:
Try filezilla. It is realy good. I have been using it for last six months and so far so good.


Filezilla is not available on Linux.


Isn't it really avaible for Linux. I have thinked that every Mozilla's software is also avaible on Linux (Ubuntu and Debian at least).
test32rota
Try gFTP or you can use Nautilus.
Places → Add (Or Connect?) to server
Choose "FTP with login" and put in your info. It then appears in your places menu.
simplyw00x
Gftp is good, but both nautilus and konqueror (the GNOME and KDE default file managers) can connect to FTP servers, and Ubuntu comes with the command-line utility 'ftp' by default, which is more than competent.
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