Free FTP program?

x704

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Apr 15, 2006
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Cyberduck
OneButton FTP
RBrowser
Secure FTP

I used OneButton FTP, Secure FTP looks like a better program. You can also use finder as a FTP Clint I will decribe how to...
I don't think you need to start FTP access in the system preferences. From the desk top hold down the command key (the one with the apple on it) and press <k> or goto the Go menu and select connect to server. With that open you now type ftp://YourServer.com and then it mounts and looks like your HD. I think that's it
 

iGary

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May 26, 2004
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Mitthrawnuruodo said:
Oh, yes... definitively... best $25 I've ever spend on software... :)
It is probably one of the best third-party "small" software outfits around, in my opinion. I loves me some Transmit - I use it all day long. :)
 

Fedge

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Aug 9, 2006
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dswoodley said:
I believe fetch is only free for education customers?
Yes, fetch is absolutely 100% free for students and educational customers. I use it daily.

I'll also put a good word in for transmit. It really is great.