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FtpCube

FtpCube is a graphical S(FTP) client based on LeechFTP by Jan Debis. FtpCube aims to provide a high quality GUI, as well as a rich feature set, and surpasses LeechFTP in functionality.

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  •  14 Jan 2007 17:52

    Release Notes: This release greatly improves the stability of the ftpcube 0.5.x line. The 0.5.x line brings many features to ftpcube, including updated wxPython support, SFTP integration, and much more.

    •  08 Jan 2007 01:51

      Release Notes: The long-awaited modular SFTP support is now included, with the full benefits of the Ftpcube engine, including multi-threaded downloading and queuing. The underlying transports are modular; only when the Paramiko SSH library is installed will SFTP support be enabled. Both FTP and SFTP transfer requests are allowed in the transfer queue. wxPython 2.6.3.3 or greater is now supported, and several other new features are included.

      •  21 Dec 2006 08:00

        Release Notes: This release contains some new, long-awaited features. The long-awaited modular SFTP support is now included, with the full benefits of the Ftpcube engine, including multi-threaded downloading and queueing. The underlying transports are modular; only when the Paramiko SSH library is installed will SFTP support be enabled. Both FTP and SFTP transfer requests are allowed in the transfer queue. wxPython 2.6.3.3 or greater is now supported and several other new features were included.

        •  27 Apr 2003 20:16

          Release Notes: This release fixes several annoying bugs. Icons have now been embedded in .py files, easing the install process. An initial version of translation into Dutch and German has been provided. Upgrading is suggested for all.

          •  29 Mar 2003 08:05

            Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed, including a bug in the installer. The XPM icons have been replaced by a new package containing .py files produced using img2py.

            Recent comments

            20 Apr 2003 10:00 stonki

            At least one good FTP client
            I am always wondering about the lack of good FTP clients
            for Linux. Either they are commercial (like IglooFTP or
            NFTP), coming with a complete weird GUI (like kbear) or
            they are quite buggy or with a lack of usability (like gftp
            and lots of other client).

            FTPcupe is a very nice clone of the well known LeechFTP
            for Windows and for me the only Linux FTP Client with good
            features and an easy to use GUI.

            From my point of view, still not perfect - but a least the
            best one right now.

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