FileZilla – FTP Client Software

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FileZilla Client is a fast and reliable cross-platform FTP, FTPS and SFTP client with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface.

Filezilla Features

Easy to use
Supports FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
Cross-platform. Runs on Windows, Linux, *BSD, OSX and more
Available in many languages
Supports resume and transfer of large files >4GB
Powerful Site Manager and transfer queue
Drag & drop support
Configurable Speed limits
Filename filters
Network configuration wizard

Install Filezilla in Ubuntu

sudo aptitude install filezilla

This will complete the installation

Using Filezilla

If you want to open filezilla go to Applications--->Internet--->FileZilla

Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen here you can enter your ftp server username,password and port number to connect

Filezilla version details

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17 thoughts on “FileZilla – FTP Client Software

  1. I’ve just installed Ubuntu on my old laptop and am getting it setup. Love FileZilla…and if all I have to type in the terminal is: “sudo aptitude install filezilla” to install it, then I officially love Ubuntu too!

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  2. hey thanks a bunch! I am using Ubuntu on a Virtual Operating Machine and my computer + ubuntu won’t find each other.
    wait a minute…. IS IT THAT EASY!
    Thanks, Frozen Mafia Crew

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  3. FileZilla can’t handle SFTP certificates, only password login so beware – not that useful imho.

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  4. Hi.

    Filezilla keeps passwords in a plane file. If you export the sites config, you will see the passwods in the genereated XML. Don’t like that.

    Anyone knows how to solve this?

    Regards.

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  5. [email protected] on said:

    Filezilla isn’t as good as WinSCP .. it doesn’t allow you to copy files within the remote directories …

    And the best part is you can use WinSCP on wine in ubuntu :) :) :)

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  6. [RE: Mrs. Micah]
    Command to install (at least in Ubuntu 11.4) is:

    sudo apt-get install filezilla

    :)

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