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Old 05-19-2002
Lightbulb Darwin + XFree86 FTP Client

Does anyone know of a decent Darwin + XFree86 FT client package? Obviously a precompiled file is better than binary, but I'll take what I can get.
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Old 05-19-2002
You may wanted to try this FTP's out.

Fetch 4.01
RBBrowse - now with SFTP and SSH
osXigen is a fully featured, easy to use FTP client for Mac OS X
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Old 05-20-2002
Computer Please see above.

Please see above. This is Darwin & XDarwin, not OS X. All of these clients require OS X. Repeat, this is command-line UNIX (Darwin) and X-windows (XDarwin). Anyone else?
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Old 05-20-2002
Darwin is the core of Mac OS X. All software built for Darwin should be able to run unmodified on Mac OS X and Vice versa.

This is a line that i picked at :

I do strongly believe some of the interface of the software should run on both MAC OS and Darwin. The Link that i provide should work well on both Darwin and MAC OS X. Give a try. Incase of mistaken.. anyone else have any idea of this.
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Old 05-20-2002
Darwin, XDarwin, and Mac OS X

Originally posted by killerserv
All software built for Darwin should be able to run unmodified on Mac OS X and Vice (sic) versa.
No; all Darwin software, including XDarwin, will run on Mac OS X; Mac OS X software requires the Mac OS X.

I do strongly believe some of the interface of the software should run on both MAC OS and Darwin.
I believe that all software everywhere should be free to the public, but it's not. Darwin is free; XDarwin is free. OS X is proprietary, it's not free, and Apple Legal will squish you if you try to make it free. That notwithstanding, Apple is the absolute best company involved with microcomputers, followed by Adobe and Filemaker.
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Old 05-21-2002
MacOSX Aqua-based software will definitely not run on XDarwin.

As for X11 compiled stuff for OSX, check out: Fink net packages


[edit: you'll see there's 'gftp' already compiled in Fink]
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Old 05-21-2002
Question gftp

How the hell does Fink work? Can I easily do what it does automatically?
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