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Removing the .filezilla directory works temporarily. The problem comes back after a few uses. Removing the directory is necessary each time it reoccurs. FYI, the second time I had this issue there was no .filezilla directory. I had to remove .config/filezilla instead


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It is recommended that you use the package manager from Ubuntu ... apt-get synaptic. To install it.. it may be a slightly older version (or in this case seems to be a newer version) but it is compiled for Ubuntu. The binaries are compiled for Linux but each flavor of Linux is slightly different. With the downloaded binaries which it seems you have ...


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As per the comment from Nick Weinberg I removed the .filezilla directory within the home directory and it now works ("sudo rm -rf .filezilla")



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