Best FTP software for Ubuntu was: Web Commerce
haniganwork at earthlink.net
Thu Oct 23 12:38:33 UTC 2008
Arthur Johnson wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 6:18 AM, Hal Burgiss <hal at burgiss.net
> <mailto:hal at burgiss.net>> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 08:40:17AM +0200, Knapp wrote:
> > Now the next question based on the Zen site statement:
> > """
> > 2. Do you have FTP software?
> > If No, stop ... you need to obtain a decent FTP software package
> > as FileZilla (free), FlashFXP or another FTP software program to
> > transfer files back and forth from your computer to your webserver.
> > Note: webserver meaning, the computer on the internet where you have
> > your domain hosted (See 1)
> > """
> > Any suggestions or warnings here?
> If I remember the first part of the thread, you are doing this at
> home? On a local ubuntu system? In which case, you wouldn't need ftp
> tools, which would be necessary for use with most hosting companies.
> That being said, I am a command line guy and use ncftp.
> If you want graphical FTP, gftp is pretty good. Personally I use
> lftp, have been for years. The mirror function is the bomb.
I'll second the recommendation of ncftp if you like the command
line.I've been using it for years to update our website.
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