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Re: Good Debian/Linux FTP Client program ???



On Wednesday 18 April 2007 17:51, Ron Johnson wrote:
> On 04/18/07 16:29, Randy Patterson wrote:
> [snip]
>
> > I have installed a couple of the programs and tried Konqueror. But I need
> > a little more than drag and drop functionality. With the 3dftp program I
> > used in Windoze you could sync a local directory with a remote site based
> > upon criteria such as file size and date. You could also setup include
> > and exclude filters as well on both files and directories. There was a
> > little learning curve but once you had a site configured you could work
> > all day on a site locally and at the end of the day just connect to the
> > remote site, choose the sync direction and your que list was filled. I am
> > looking for an FTP client on Debian with similar functionality and hoping
> > to narrow down the number of programs to look at.
>
> Ah, so what you *really* want is a website synching app, correct?

Well, yes, more or less. I have always used FTP in the past but now that you 
have sort of raise the subject I don't guess I have a requirement for a 
certain protocol so it wouldn't have to be an FTP client! :-) A good FTP 
client makes for a good general purpose tool for doing a number of different 
jobs, website synching would be one of them. I would be open to suggestions 
for an alternative! I think you can teach an old dog new tricks! :-) I have 
already downloaded some of the suggested FTP clients for a test run.

Thanks,
Randy



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