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The Chrome Remote Desktop addon for Google Chrome is one of the easiest and most newbie-friendly ways to access another computer remotely. Chrome Remote Desktop allows you to remotely access one computer from another over the Internet. For example, you can use the app to securely access your files or applications from another computer. Or you can give a ...


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If the file you overwrote has been around long enough, the system administrator of the server may have a backup. You might inquire.


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What you want is called Policy Based Routing. Google will return you lots of information on this topic, and it is too complicated to answer completely in a ServerFault answer post. The 10,000 foot view is that you: Create additional routing tables in the kernel. Configure each routing table to use a different default route (one for your normal connection, ...


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FTP protocol does not support editing files. The files will have to be transfered, edited and transfered back when done.


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It sounds as if your FTP server is not running. You should open the FileZilla Server interface, make sure that a port is configured, and that users have been created. While creating the user, you can also specify the password that should be used, and what the home folder for the user is. After creating the users, you should Start the FTP server. Also, check ...


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This issue doesn't look software-related to me. It could be the issues with your PC's memory. I advise you to run a scan with Memtest86+. Leave it overnight if you can. Don't use Windows' built-in memory diagnostic, it never worked for me. Other causes could include damaged cables, faulty network cards\switches and strong electromagnetic interference (is ...


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Same problem here. After latest Win 8.1 update FTP is failing in exactly the same way as described above. Doing the same with two FTP clients (DW and Filezilla) uploading to two different servers. Temporary fix here is to use FireFTP in Firefox. The only one I have tried that doesn't have the problem.


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It is not currently possible using filezilla. Source Check Folder Size & Contents Count? Directory totals are below each filelist. Number of items and total size for that directory is shown. To get correct results do not have any filename filters enabled. In case you mean recursive totals, that will not be implemented for casual usage. Due to ...


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You could cd into the directory then use mget command to get all files in that directory: ftp -in ftp://user:pw@ftp.srv1.de << EOF binary cd Datenbankbackup mget * EOF


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This might be meh for your needs, but I do something similar for letting friends send me files. Assuming your SFTP jail is set up, you can do: 1) Make a home directory for this chrooted myuser. I did mkdir /var/sftproot 2) The user's home directory should be owned by root: chown root:root /var/ftproot 3) mkdir /var/ftproot/dump (inside the chroot ...


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If you want to use utilities that are already present on Mac OS X systems, you can use Secure Shell (SSH), which is a more secure means to log into a remote system than telnet, since SSH connections are encrypted. First you would need to configure her system to enable it to function as an SSH server. You can do that through System Preferences by going to ...


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Short Answer Each service should have its own user. (not sure if I understand) Change permissions on the files/directories you don't want the user have the ability to write to. You're looking for a chroot jail. Long Answer You should be running each service from their own respective user. For example, most packages installed in Arch Linux do this ...


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I’m developing a website, and I replaced a file (.css). I did it wrong. How can I recover this old file? If you overwrote a file via FTP on a remote server, the file is simply overwritten and gone with no way to recover it.



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