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    Dooglla's Avatar
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    What is a good ftp software for Imac 5
    Don't know which one to get since I'm new to mac that is free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dooglla
    Don't know which one to get since I'm new to mac that is free.
    I don't use FTP very often, but CyberDuck is very nice:

    http://cyberduck.ch/

    Mark

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    I have been using the same thing as geekboy. The Open Source Mac webpage is a great start for finding the basic applications. Give it a try

    www.opensourcemac.org

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    Like has been said, Cyberduck is a good FTP client for the Mac and it's Free. If you want more, there is Transmit but it's Pay. For most uses Cyberduck is just fine.

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    I use terminal.

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    Dooglla's Avatar
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    Got Cyberduck...thanks alot...I think I will like this one.

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    Cyberduck here too. It has great upload speeds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iLEFTOVERCRACK
    I use terminal.
    Where can I download that?
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    rogueToe
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    Terminal is a program that comes with your Mac, which gives you access to a command-line interface. You need to learn Unix commands to use it.

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    Duh. I think i forgot my [sarcasm] tags in my previous post *lmao*
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