WinSCP 4.0.x

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License Open Source
Wine Version1.3.19
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Version 4.0
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What works

What does not
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Additional Comments

Linux needs an app like this.
In the meantime, we have Wine to help us run the Windows version.
Test Results
DistributionTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?RatingSubmitter
ShowUbuntu 11.04 "Natty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 07 20111.3.19 Yes Yes Platinum an anonymous user 
ShowUbuntu 9.10 "Karmic" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 18 20101.1.35 Yes Yes Platinum an anonymous user 
ShowUbuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jun 24 20081.0.0 Yes Yes Platinum an anonymous user 
ShowUbuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 05 20080.9.61. Yes Yes Gold an anonymous user 
ShowFedora 8 x86_64Apr 08 20080.9.58. Yes Yes Bronze an anonymous user 

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by Ajay on Tuesday July 1st 2008, 22:25
Yes, I do understand that there are other alternatives.
But the killer option for me is that winscp remembers where I left off when I last connected to the remote connection. - You see, I am all for automation...

It saves me much aggravation.

PS: WinSCP has become my default FTP client as well.

PPS: Am glad to see that WinSCP v4.1.4 (Build 407) installs and works well with wine 1.0rc5 on ubuntu

Ajay Gautam

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by Super Jamie on Saturday April 5th 2008, 7:36
You guys DO realise that the Nautilus file manager in Ubuntu can mount an SSH server as a native drive, and you can manage remote files just like one of your own drives? It's alot faster than WinSCP thru Wine.

Open Nautilus, go File - Connect to Server, and choose Service type: SSH. The rest should be pretty self explanatory, though you may have to specify your remote home drive (eg: /home/username) if your remote host does not allow list of /home

You can also bookmark it, and it will appear in the Nautilus Places sidebar for you to double click on every time you need access to your remote files.

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  • RE: Nautilus by Grindlay on Tuesday April 8th 2008, 8:46
    • RE: Nautilus by Super Jamie on Tuesday April 8th 2008, 17:21
      • RE: Nautilus by Brett Alton on Thursday June 26th 2008, 8:47
        • RE: Nautilus by Super Jamie on Thursday June 26th 2008, 17:02
          • RE: Nautilus by opabecker on Wednesday May 6th 2009, 15:43
          • RE: Nautilus by Chris Monahan on Thursday April 7th 2011, 19:57
            • RE: Nautilus by Super Jamie on Thursday April 7th 2011, 20:33
external editor
by JOsh Beauregard on Saturday August 25th 2007, 16:59
I have been able to use and external editor if it is also a win application being run in wine. has any body been able to use a native Linux based editor w/ this app

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