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Un server ftp (with gui) in a single file

Today I posed the problem to start an FTP server on my computer. Although (also in the repositories) There are several solutions to my problem, Graphical user interfaces are scarce. Despite this, I found an FTP server written in python that also includes a handy gui, in a single file.

First download, a modified version of the original software "pyftplib" (glue lines just copied into a new file that we will call "").


The best HTML editor for non-commercial Linux

Anyone who has ever tried to create piagne HTML with Linux you will certainly clashed with the lack of WYSIWYG software developed ad hoc for our favorite operating system. Fortunately, today this "gap" is filled only in part due to the development of some open source programs that attempt to compensate for the lack of development in Dreamweaver (or still commercial alternatives) su piattaforma Linux, but in many ways we are still far from having reached the usability of Dreamweaver or similar.

Today we see some of the best software for 'editing WYSIWYG developed natively for Linux. Thank you the blog web distortion translated for the advice that I report below.


FireFTP: an FTP client as an extension to FireFox

Some time ago we talked about curlftpfs, posix a small program that allows you to mount an FTP resource in local.

Today, however, we speak of FireFTP, a small FTP client very light, that instead of being installed as a normal application, is installed as a Firefox extension.


Mount the remote FTP locally with “curlftpfs”

Today is a little advice to use the 'FTP in a very simple way. Curlftps usually is not automatically installed in major distributions, although this can be easily found in repository. As always, the installation instructions are the usual: "yum -y install curlftpfs" to Red Hat, and "apt-get install curlftpfs" to Debian. Furthermore curlftpfs is a program command line, to my knowledge has not been created yet gui, despite this, the operation is simple and I will not go into explanations: