Re: Go get cftp
> % gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.
> % -c tty.c
> % tty.c:39: conflicting types for
> % `ospeed'
> % /usr/include/termcap.h:30:
> % declaration of `ospeed'
> % make: *** [tty.o] Error 1
> So? Your termcap installation is
> broken. Probably a wrong file gets
> include'd. Anyway, this is the wrong
> place to discuss it.
Probably termcap.h from ncurses. BTW, I heard you can emulate termcap with ncurses. Would you mind to include support for ncurses in cftp ? The same for the author of NFTP, but it's difficult since like any closed projects that'd mean more binaries. Some systems don't install termcap since it's "deprecated".
> gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I. -g
> -c tty.c
> tty.c:39: conflicting types for
> /usr/include/termcap.h:30: previous
> declaration of `ospeed'
> make: *** [tty.o] Error 1
So? Your termcap installation is broken. Probably a wrong file gets include'd. Anyway, this is the wrong place to discuss it.
> It's same class but simpler (gets the
> job done nonetheless), smaller and free.
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I. -g -c tty.c
tty.c:39: conflicting types for `ospeed'
/usr/include/termcap.h:30: previous declaration of `ospeed'
make: *** [tty.o] Error 1
Go get cftp
It's same class but simpler (gets the job done nonetheless), smaller and free.
nFTP is a very cool ftp client. Get it.
NFTP binaries, source and libc5
Answers to last questions:
Currently, there are no plans to ship the source. This may change in the future, but I am reluctant to give any
promises. NFTP is not setuid root.
Binaries are libc5-based and static;
glibc2 binaries will be provided in the near future
This has definitely gotten better and I think it's worth
the money now. It's got some cool features other ftp clients
lack, like the ability to use a Squid proxy for instance.
A console-based network traffic monitor.
Version control information in the shell prompt.