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Originally Posted by jaboua Eh... Kget is graphical and wget console... oh, but of course, a stupid mistake of mine, sorry. Originally Posted by jaboua But really is sorta weird ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Eh... Kget is graphical and wget console...
    oh, but of course, a stupid mistake of mine, sorry.

    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    But really is sorta weird that it just don't work...
    yes, i know. but i really haven't made it up just to keep you occupied...

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    Stupid Q, but doesn't some filesystems to not support files over a certain size? You are using a filesystem which supports big files?
    i'm using mepis 3.3.1 and it looks like it supports big files ok 'cause i have a 3 gb disk image for pearpc and it works alright. i think that if it was not to support big files, the limit would be slightly over 2 gb, wouldn't it? what i want to download is 4,3 gb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Eh... Kget is graphical and wget console...
    oh, but of course, a stupid mistake of mine, sorry.

    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    But really is sorta weird that it just don't work...
    yes, i know. but i really haven't made it up just to keep you occupied...

    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Stupid Q, but doesn't some filesystems to not support files over a certain size? You are using a filesystem which supports big files?
    i'm using mepis 3.3.1 and it looks like it supports big files ok 'cause i have a 3 gb disk image for pearpc and it works alright. i think that if it was not to support big files, the limit would be slightly over 2 gb, wouldn't it? what i want to download is 4,3 gb.

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    Use Total Commander

    If you have a Windows Machine with you, then try downloading TOTAL COMMANDER application. You can run it in Trial Mode and try connecting to you servers. Its better to download the file to local repository(your notebook or desktop), and try uploading it into the server.

    Be sure to have atleast 3 to 4 Gb free space in your C drive.

    I have ftp-ed a 1.96Gb file few days back. But I am using a Licenced version. No problem try it with Trial Mode.

    Best Regards,
    Sundar.

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    I use Firefox and wget to download 5 gig files reguraly, it seems likely that your client is trying to open a higher port connection (when an ftp server is transfering, many times it opens another connection on a higher port s so tha tport 21 is open for incoming traffic. as a result, if you are behind a nat or something of the like, then its possible that its blocking this traffic, try setting your box in a DMZ and see if it helps.
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    One thing...

    Total Commander rocksss!!

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