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--[[User:Olajideolaolorun|Olajide]] 09:33, 12 Apr 2005 (EDT)
 
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== FileZilla FTPd ==
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=== FileZilla FTPd ===
  
 
I was tired of all those stupid errors and decided to install a newer version of FileZilla Server and Client with the official installer.
 
I was tired of all those stupid errors and decided to install a newer version of FileZilla Server and Client with the official installer.
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2) It doesn't work with Subst Drives.
 
2) It doesn't work with Subst Drives.
 
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For now, let's just stick with Good Old SlimFTPd ;)
  
 
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Revision as of 17:04, 12 April 2005

Do you think it'll be a good idea to remove users who didn't specify a valid email address?

--MrX

Yes, if you have time to varify them :)

--Olajide 09:33, 12 Apr 2005 (EDT)

FileZilla FTPd

I was tired of all those stupid errors and decided to install a newer version of FileZilla Server and Client with the official installer.

My observations:

1) It doesn't work with W:\ (Subst Drive), when I tried to upload a
file, an infinite loop occured. I was uploading the file over and
over again and upon each upload the Client would ask me if I wanted
to overwrite the original file. The file still counld't be found
in the Directory List.
2) I tried it with a folder in D:\ (Local Drive), I couldn't view
the Directory List until I uploaded a file!

My conclusions:

1) FileZilla FTPd is a very buggy FTP Server (or maybe it has lots of
hidden features)
2) It doesn't work with Subst Drives.

For now, let's just stick with Good Old SlimFTPd ;)

--MrX