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caitlyn

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090201 filezilla-3.2.0 [VL 6.0]
« on: January 31, 2009, 11:23:37 pm »
kc1di has packaged the latest version of the FileZilla FTP client for VL 6.0.

Package:  filezilla-3.2.0-i586-1vl60.tlz
MD5:  9df072f5bb6122b0cc9d3c427272aaf2
Package Size:  2.86 MB
Installed Size:  11.71 MB

Sources:  http://vectorlinux.osuosl.org/veclinux-6.0/source/testing/net/FileZilla

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filezilla: filezilla (Fast FTP client)
filezilla: FileZilla is a fast and very versitile FTP transfer client.
filezilla:
filezilla:
filezilla:
filezilla:
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filezilla: License: GPL
filezilla: Authors: FileZilla Team
filezilla: Website: http://filezilla-project.org/docs_development.php

After testing this package please stop back here and let us know how it works for you.
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Re: 090201 filezilla-3.2.0 [VL 6.0]
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2009, 11:19:10 am »
Seems to work ok.
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Re: 090201 filezilla-3.2.0 [VL 6.0]
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2009, 11:00:01 am »
Just installed and tried Filezilla.  It seems to work fine, and has a nicer look (to me) than gFTP.  Thanks to kc1di for packaging, and to caitlyn for repoing (is that a word?) it and posting.

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