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After connecting to a local ftp server, how can I acces the files through the terminal?Thanks in advance.

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After establishing the connection in GNOME, you can find your FTP files mounted under ~/.gvfs

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Thanks. That's what I was looking for. –  FRD Oct 17 '10 at 21:09
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1.- why don't you use filezilla ...

sudo aptitude install filezilla

2.-

if you insist in download in terminal and image

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vLjPUHjvME

3.- another option (use gnome and nautilus) :

gnome menu - place - connect to the server

public ftp or ftp with login (with user)

tick on Add Bookmark and name of the book mark click and connect

and you can access your file via gnome menu places.

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