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- Oct 2006
Looking for a good Linux FTP Program
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- Sep 2008
Depending on what desktop manager you use, kde's konqueror has a midnight commander view which gives a split pane so you can drag and drop files for ftp. Most of the file browsers that come with the desktop manager allow ftp.
For a dedicated ftp client, try filezilla. It comes packaged in many linux flavours and is probably part of your distros extra/addon options.
You could also check out gFTP, which is for gnome but will work in KDE too.
gFTP Official Homepage
You can get it from your distro repos.
I personally am a big fan of the commandline "ftp" utility.
If you're looking for a graphical program, gFTP is pretty good, and there's also a Firefox extension called FireFTP that a number of people use. That one is nice because it runs on any platform, so you don't need to learn a new interface if you're working on a Windows or Mac platform.
Nautilus! It's the best that I've found to date. I used Filezilla for awhile but in the end I ended up back in nautilus to do it:
open home folder, cntrl+l
then there you can just directly type the address:
it'll ask for username and password and you'll have full accessBodhi 1.3 & Bodhi 1.4 using E17
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