PS, i'm looking de ontvoering van alfred heineken ebook for a server with GUI manager which offers nearly zero configuration I can run and manage FileZilla server within 5 min while PureFTPd needs at least 2 hrs and managing users and groups really painful specially from flat file.
I'm looking for GUI only Adv Reply May 13th, 2013 #6 Re: FTP FileZilla server alternative for Linux They're all going to be configured via the shell.Have you looked at using proftpd?Type ftp on your favorite web browser from your workstation (laptop/desktop).It Doesn't have a GUI, But creating users and such, is a simple job Thanks, I really don't interest in CLI solution for managing FTP server.After making required changes to file/directory access permissions, click Restart Service to quickly apply the user settings.
It means everything is fine and working Also, you can type the following in your terminal to see whether vsftpd is up and running for you ps -aux grep vsftpd And lastly, type the following in the terminal and see that vsftpd is listening.
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This will save and exit from the file.
On a clean pure-ftpd install, code: sudo apt-get install pure-ftpd cd /etc/pure-ftpd sudo ln -s /etc/pure-ftpd/conf/PureDB /etc/pure-ftpd/auth/10_PureDB, make sure the following file has "No" as its contents.
Sounds like he has and is not impressed.Type 21 in the Port field.As long as Windows have GUI tools Linux must has GUI tools too, the only thing that I didn't find the perfect one (FileZilla server is perfect but works tutorial visual basic 6.0 bahasa indonesia only under Windows) Adv Reply May 13th, 2013 #8 Re: FTP FileZilla server alternative for Linux.If everything goes well, you will see the file that you have uploaded earlier.Adv Reply « Previous Thread Next Thread » Bookmarks Bookmarks Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct All times are GMT.