I am new to Ubuntu and in windows I use filezilla to log in to my ftp server. In Ubuntu, i know there is also a filezilla, but i am just curious is there any way to connect to the server via command line?
I have setup SFTP and have working from the command line thru a fios router on port 22 (the default). Server is on 12.04. laptop is on 11.04
filezilla works just fine both on the lan side and bouncing out of the lan to the DYNDNS site to access the sshd server.
So I have Ubuntu 14.04.01 installed and I am trying to access a SDcard in a security camera via ftp from the command line. I can use filezilla all day on any OS and grab files 100% of the time however, I want to use a script and and stick in in cron and have it back up daily so I need to be able use FTP from the command line so I can script it.
Hi, i have an ubuntu server (well not purely server, i've got some GUI installed)
and i frequently transfer media files from windows to this ubuntu using filezilla..
(i have to use windows because some editing programs is x86 only)
And i'd like the media to be playable but not editable by some clients, so i set the permission to 755
Problem is, i have to set the permission manually to 755 everyti
I can connect from filezilla client linux to a vsftpd server on a linux box. On the filezilla client, once i connect, i am trying to change the mode to EPRT. For this, I go to Server -> Enter custom command and type in 'EPRT'. I get 500 bad protocol.
I setup a proftpd server that uses TLS/SSL certificate for authentication.
Everything works well when I connect through lftp or Filezilla (with explicit connection).
But once I attempt connecting with simple ftp connection from Filezilla, the USER command ends with the 550 response (SSL/TLS required).
Is there a way for users to change the group on files they have ownership of in FileZilla? Something equivalent to chgrp from the command line? And is there a way to set default groups in FileZilla? Protocol: sftp.
Name: Mac OS X (Darwin 13.4.0 x86_64)
A client of mine has a IIS 7 FTP server in Active mode sitting behind a Cisco ASA 5505. This setup is known good, as external clients (once instructed on IE settings) are able to connect to the FTP server without a problem. Command-line FTP in Windows and FileZilla set to Active mode also work as expected.
A sister company of this client now has users trying to connect, but are unable to.