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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by bntz313, Oct 2, 2008.
Title says it all. I'm looking for an free ftp software that I can use to set up my portfolio.
Cyberduck is good. So is Fugu.
yeah fugu is/was good as well.
however from what I see I'm reluctant to recommend it, as it seems that fugu's last release v.1.2 was released on 05/2005? (versiontracker info.)
has development ceased? is it still supported? has fugu branched into another project?
at least cyberduck is still developing/supported (last release 08/2008)
You can always simply type "ftp" at the terminal. All Macs come with "ftp" already installed.
Cyberduck works great for me
I use the FireFTP plugin/tool for Firefox (that is all I use Firefox for)
Another vote for Cyberduck. There's also an Upload Widget that I find very useful.
What is this?
Yep another vote for cyber duck
It's using the Terminal.app for FTP/SFTP.
Pretty much if you don't already know what it is, then it's not for you!
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IMO I can't see why people persist with using the terminal when Transmit/Forklift/Cyberduck are available. But each to their own as they say!
Another vote here for cyberduck. Seems to work flawlessly with my websites.
I personally didn't like cyberduck.
I use Filezilla. My second choice is FireFTP, the plugin for Firefox.
Yet another vote for Cyberduck.
Do take care to use SFTP instead of FTP whenever possible. Otherwise you're sending your password and files in the clear.
Cyberduck has always been reliable for me. I usually end up using Fetch most of the time because they give free licenses to students.