ftp-client with GUI available?
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Mon Aug 21 22:07:14 CEST 2006
John Coppens schrieb:
> On Mon, 21 Aug 2006 17:49:59 +0200
> Joël Bajot <joel.bajot.abonnements at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Gftp is a good choice imho.
> I've used gFTP for a long time, recently there was a very nasty bug,
> which had me drop it (in fact, it was impossible to connect almost any
> server without segfaulting).
> I did receive a notice (about 6 months after reporting the problem) that
> is had been solved.
> OTOH, if you use Firefox, do check FireFTP... I was sceptical at first,
> but it works fine.
Thanks to all for your suggestions.
I am going to try FireFTP.
The FTP server is an USB-2.0 device belonging to my
router (Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7170). IP: 192.168.178.1.
The removable disk is a TARGA DataBox II 250
with 2 partitions:
1: 100 GB ext3 usbdisk
2: 133 GB FAT32 usbdisk-1
so shown by Paragon PM 7 under Windows.
With FireFTP I do not succeed in accessing
the first partition, I only see the second as well
with Linux (Ubuntu 6.06) as with Windows XP.
Its URL has become ftp://192.168.178.1/USB2-0StorageDevice-Partition-0-2
Where ist th ext3-partition? Black hole??
I am trying anonymous access.
What am I doing wrong?
PS: The same happens with Gftp.
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