Last Updated on: 22nd February 2020, 06:43 pm
Subcategory: File Transfer
Platform: BSD, HP/UX 11, IRIX, Linux, Solaris, UNIX-like
Interface: GUI, CLI
Programing language: C
First release: November 30, 2008
gFTP – an open source and free multithreaded file transfer client for *NIX based machines. gFTP can also perform file management tasks on the local and remote systems, including creating new directories, changing permissions (chmod), changing directories, renaming files and directories, and viewing and editing files. gFTP also includes a command-line interface which works in the same way as the standard FTP utility, notable differences include the ability to use SSH transfers and download directories recursively.
– Distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License Agreement
– Written in C and has a text interface and a GTK+ 1.2/2.x interface
– Supports the FTP, FTPS (control connection only), HTTP, HTTPS, SSH and FSP protocols
– FTP and HTTP proxy server support
– Supports FXP file transfers (transferring files between 2 remote servers via FTP)
– Supports UNIX, EPLF, Novell, MacOS, VMS, MVS and NT (DOS) style directory listings
– Bookmarks menu to allow you to quickly connect to remote sites
– Fully Internationalized. The following translations of gFTP that are available: Albanian (sq), Amharic (am), Arabic (ar), Azerbaijan (az), Bangla (bn), Belarusian (be), Bulgarian (bg), Catalan (ca), Chinese (zh_CN,zh_HK,zh_TW), Croatian (hr), Czech (cs), Danish (da), Dutch (nl), Dzongkha (dz), English (en_CA, en_GB, en_US), Finnish (fi), French (fr), Galician (gl), German (de), Greek (el), Gujarati (gu), Hebrew (he), Hungarian (hu), Irish (ga), Italian (it), Kinyarwanda (rw), Korean (ko), Japanese (ja), Latvian (lv), Lithuanian (lt), Macedonian (mk), Malayalam (ml), Malay (ms), Nepali (ne), Norwegian (no), Norwegian bokmĂĽl (nb), Occitan (oc), Polish (pl), Portuguese (pt,pt_BR), Punjabi (pa), Romanian (ro), Russian (ru), Serbian (sr,sr@Latn), Slovak (sk), Spanish (es), Swedish (sv), Tamil (ta), Thai (th), Turkish (tr) and Ukrainian (uk) translations available.
The project developer is Brian Masney.