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filezilla(1) [debian man page]

filezilla(1)							 FileZilla Manual						      filezilla(1)

NAME
FileZilla - FTP client SYNOPSIS
filezilla filezilla [-l <logontype>] <FTP URL> filezilla -h|-s|-v filezilla -c <site> DESCRIPTION
FileZilla is a powerful client for plain FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). OPTIONS
-c <site>, --site <site> Connect to the given site from the Site Manager. Site has to be given as complete path, with a slash as separation character. Any slash or backslash that is part of a segment has to be escaped with a backslash. Path has to be prefixed with 0 for user defined entries or 1 for default entries. Site path may not contain double quotation marks. Example: filezilla -c 0/foo/bar/sl/ash connects to the user site sl/ash in the site directory foo/bar May not be used together with -s nor with URL parameter. -h, --help Displays a help dialog listing these commandline options. -l <logontype>, --logontype <logontype> Set a special logontype, can only be used in combination with a FTP URL as argument. Logontype has to be either ask or interactive. If -l isn't given, the normal logontype is used. -s, --sitemanager Start with Site Manager opened. May not be used together with -c nor with URL parameter. -v, --version Display version number of FileZilla. ENVIRONMENT
The FZ_DATADIR environment variable can be used to specify the directory containing FileZilla's data files. SUPPORT
Please visit http://filezilla-project.org/ for further information. Report bugs only if you are using the latest version available from the FileZilla website. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Tim Kosse FileZilla is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later. SEE ALSO
fzdefaults.xml(5) April 2008 filezilla(1)

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kftpgrabber(1)															    kftpgrabber(1)

NAME
kftpgrabber - ftp client for KDE SYNOPSIS
kftpgrabber [options] DESCRIPTION
kftpgrabber is a graphical ftp client for KDE. It supports technologies like ZeroConf, TLS/SSL and FXP Some features: - Multiple FTP sessions (tabs) - Transfer queue - TLS/SSL support for encrypted connections (implicit and explicit) - Partial X509 certificate support for authentication - File eXchange Protocol (FXP) transfer support - One Time Password (OTP) support - S/Key, MD5, RMD160, SHA1 - Drag and Drop support - Site bookmarking - Encrypted bookmark support (password can be saved to KWallet) - Distributed FTP support (PRET) - SSCN and CPSV support - Skiplist - ZeroConf (aka. Rendezvous) support for local site discovery - Bookmark sharing with Kopete contacts - Bookmark import plugins - Support for SFTP protocol - Traffic graph - Speed limiting - Priority and skip lists - Fast directory listings via control channel on servers that support STAT - Integrated SFV checksum verifier - Ability to view/edit remote files - Exporting of directory listings into text files - "On file exists" action matrix for Download, Upload and FXP transfers OPTIONS
All KDE and Qt programs accept some common command-line options. kftpgrabber has no application-specific options. --help Show help about options --help-qt Show Qt specific options --help-kde Show KDE specific options --help-all Show all options --author Show author information -v --version Show version information --license Show license information AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Fathi Boudra <<fboudra@free.fr>> for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL. mars 17, 2006 kftpgrabber(1)

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