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Same problem here. Try download from https://filezilla-project.org/download.php , go to "Show aditional download options" and download the best match for your computer. That will be a direct setup executable, and not some "install wizard or whatever" from sourceforge.


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Windows 8 is not listed as a supported client. "Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 are supported, each both 32 and 64 bit.'


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The standard workflow for installing from source is to download the package, decompress it run the included configure script, compile and install. So, for those cases where the package you want to install follows the standard method, you can do this: #!/usr/bin/env bash ## Make a new empty directory ($$ is the script's PID) echo "Creating directory $$" ...


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Going through the SourceForge main page to its Site Support link leads to a Trac reference at the bottom. SourceForge also shows up on the TracUsers page. Look at the specific area on SourceForge that you are interested in at their Hosted Apps page.


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I clicked the link and clicked on Firefox, I followed the link and downloaded from SourceForge. I have uploaded it here so you have an alternate location. If you are still having problems, please write in comments and I will put it on a ftp server for you and give you the commands you need to download without involving Internet Explorer at all. Ivo said ...


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The problem was solved by doing checkout again, this time from a svn+ssh://url instead of svn://url. (I tried svd sw --relocate unsuccesfully)


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On the Files page of a project, for example: http://sourceforge.net/projects/httpfs/files/ Next to each file there is an "i" icon. Click on it for the checksums.


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Most of the projects hosted on such sites are aimed at Linux, where a distribution has one package management system (such as apt on Debian/Ubuntu, pacman on Arch). Introducing a second, third, fourth package manager would cause confusion at least, and likely even conflicts. (For example: What happens when you try to install a program from MacPorts, but it ...


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Looking on the Source page for that project, it gives the CVS command cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@ecb.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/ecb login Other projects that use CVS should follow the same naming convention. SVN looks to be similar: svn co https://<project>.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/<project>


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Something tells me you want to 'screen-scrape' to figure out which revision control a project uses. The project page has the link to the main 'Code' page which you can grep out by looking for the word scm. For e.g: The command (in unix, say): curl -s http://sourceforge.net/projects/<project-short-name>/ | \ grep 'scm/?type' | sed ...


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There are a couple of tools that can help with that: Jordan Sissel's fpm and Bernd Ahlers fpm-cookery. The first being able to conveniently build packages from source code in a very simple manner, the second providing a way to automate this workflow. I won't go into details, as the projects are very well documented and there are working recipes for ...


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Needed me hours to fix it.. Open View 'SVN Repositories' under "Windows/Show View/Other" in the View, open the Project Right-click: 'Location Properties' Under URL change the 'svn://' to 'svn+ssh.//', like cyporg mentioned Finish, give login, and it should work again, without new checkout :)


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I'm answering my own question as I found it! The /etc/resolv.conf is auto-generated and somehow it included 3 invalid/incorrect entries. Removing (commenting out) those entries resolved the issue. Not only that, it is a lot faster to browse all websites! Much better. Now I'll need to find a reason why the auto-resolver adds 192.168.122.1 (I suppose that's ...


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if you want to install Offline a Filezilla SERVER the best way is to avoid SourceForge and download directly from here http://download.filezilla-project.org/


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may be your network is using proxy authentication. u need a standalone version. u can download it from here:- http://www.oldapps.com/filezilla.php?old_filezilla=7106


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On final download page just add ?nowrap at the end of url to get the original file instead of installer. e.g. Original page http://sourceforge.net/projects/filezilla/files/FileZilla%20Server/0.9.48/FileZilla_Server-0_9_48.exe/download With nowrap ...


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From the research I have done before (and refreshed just now), I don't believe that that option exists [there are many cases of complaints on the topic, however]. (The man page seems to confirm this). That being said, rather than just tell you "no", one possible work around would be to make an alias in your profile (in many cases, located in ...



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