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Hi all, There is a text file named bills.txt in a Windows XP computer , the file is located in C:\my_docs , and I want to make a ftp to ...
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    How to make a ftp from Windows XP to Linux ?


    Hi all,

    There is a text file named bills.txt in a Windows XP computer , the file is located in C:\my_docs , and I want to make a ftp to put the file into a Linux computer , in the directory /home/user_5/test.

    How to do that ?

    Thank you very much

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    use winscp, if your linux machine is running ftp server then just use any ftp program such as filezilla (even windows explorer can connect to ftp)

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    I use Filezilla. It allows you to use ftp or the more preferable sftp.

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    There is only the software "putty" which is installed on the windows computer , there are no softwares like Filezila , so how to do ?

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    download and install filezilla?

    also, like i said, you can connect to FTP servers with windows explorer

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    You can get filezilla as well as other utilities from download.cent.com.

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    If I use windows explorer how to make the ftp ?

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    google is your friend

    FTP Through Windows

    *first* result for "ftp windows explorer"

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