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1. What is on Your Mind?
This post is about the "Desktop" view, not "Mobile' ...
First of all, I want to thank everyone for all the great comments, error checking and feature suggestions as we modernize the site, step-by-step.
Also, thank you for your patience with me when as we make the site better.
So far, we... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Neo
2. What is on Your Mind?
Just a quick update; to speed up the forums, I have disabled the forum statistics on the home page for non registered users.
No changes for registered users. (0 Replies)
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3. Web Development
I am having problems accessing a new site I am trying to setup on my CentOS 7 VM. I have added a vhosts file for it, but when I access easydev.com in the browser it continues to redirect me to the old (now disabled) dev site of crmpicco.dev. Is there something wrong with my config?
# apachectl... (3 Replies)
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4. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have a question please,
How could I get ALL update dates and hours of a file ?
I modified a file on 09/04/2014 at 7:am for the first time. Then, I modified again the same file on 09/04/2014 at 9 am and finally, I modified the same file again on 10/04/2014 at... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: nurinolo
5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have to go to some particular website for every day in backend, so i have created some script to pick that values,
Is there any way to know the website updating,
Because if site has mod. then my script is not giving proper data,
so i need to check once in a day whether the site has... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Shenbaga.d
6. Shell Programming and Scripting
Need to pull from a range of dates/times (ex. 6:00 AM March 3 through 6:00 AM March 4) from a folder and put those file names in a new file to process later. Dates would not be hard dates but dates from the folder directory, how would I do that? (9 Replies)
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filezilla(1) FileZilla Manual filezilla(1)
FileZilla - FTP client
filezilla [-l <logontype>] <FTP URL>
filezilla -c <site>
FileZilla is a powerful client for plain FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP).
-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.
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.
Start with Site Manager opened. May not be used together with -c nor with URL parameter.
Display version number of FileZilla.
The FZ_DATADIR environment variable can be used to specify the directory containing FileZilla's data files.
Please visit http://filezilla-project.org/ for further information. Report bugs only if you are using the latest version available from the
Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Tim Kosse
FileZilla is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later.
April 2008 filezilla(1)