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I'm already learning Apache, I don't think I can take the time to learn ProFTPD. Are there any gui FTP servers for Linux? I've googled and can't seem to find ...
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    Ftp servers


    I'm already learning Apache, I don't think I can take the time to learn ProFTPD.

    Are there any gui FTP servers for Linux? I've googled and can't seem to find any.

    I just need something like Filezilla for linux. There are plenty of Ftp servers with gui's for windows.

    How come not linux grr...

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    konqueror

    The konqueror file browser.
    It works same as Total Commander's FTP. Split the konqueror's screen into 2 sides. Type to the location area the name of the ftp server, where you want to upload your files expl.: ftp://nameof.your.server

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    VirgoFTP is an FTP GUI based on SWT. VirgoFTP provides a CuteFTP-like interface for users who turn from Microsoft Windows to Linux.

    Here are some key features of "VirgoFTP":

    · A "true" Universal FTP Client. VirgoFTP can be installed and run on a wide variety of platforms such as Linux ,Mac OS ,Solaris.
    · VirgoFTP allows you to work with multiple FTP sites simultaneously. Each session will create a new Tab making it easy to switch between sessions.such like CuteFTP in Microsoft Windows flatform.
    · Support RFC959 protocol.
    · Proxy/Firewall
    · VirgoFTP support SOCKS proxy(version 5),and HTTP proxy, including authentication.
    · Transfer:
    · Support muliple transfer thread when transfer directories.
    · Resuming of interrupted binary transfers supported.
    · Passive and active modes are supported (PASV and PORT).
    · Support FXP , can auto manager the transfer between two standard FTP Server.
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