On Friday 16 April 2004 00:43, Michael Schwendt wrote:
On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 15:22:14 -0500, Steven Pritchard wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 15, 2004 at 08:23:13AM -1000, Warren Togami wrote:
> > it has the usability of "ftp".
> I wouldn't even go that far. I just tried it out (never noticed it
> before), and even "ls directory" doesn't work.
That works for me on FC1. Only nice thing about the program might be the
coloured output. But with lftp, ftp, curl, wget I would not use it.
Deleting gftp-text gives a funny error message, though, when gftp is run
in text mode.
gftp is `which gftp`=/usr/bin/gftp and it is a shell script that checks
if $DISPLAY is set and executes gftp-text or gftp-gtk accordingly. The message
is something like "Error: Can't find gFTP binaries installed in /usr/bin".
sure when gftp-text is removed gftp-gtk will be renamed to gftp and the old
gftp script will be unnececary. I also tryed gftp-text and it seems useless to
me. Midnight Command (mc) does the same job in text mode gftp-gtk does in
graphic mode for me (I wonder why mc is not included by default in any
installation mode, a bit buggy but verry easy to use for newbies).
Doncho N. Gunchev Registered Linux User #291323 at counter.li.org
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