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This actually turned out to be that SSH SFTP was somehow running on 21 instead of 22. So, if anyone is having the same issue, trying connecting through an SFTP client instead of plain old FTP, still using port 21
OK I found how to update my FTP client (FileZilla) to the almost last version : sudo apt-get autoremove filezilla sudo add-apt-repository ppa:n-muench/programs-ppa2 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install filezilla
take a look at this post. There's a SHELL script which lets you write/read to/from your Dropbox account, and also there's a headless Dropbox installation which lets you access your account via the command line. To install it, issue these commands: 32-bit: cd ~ && wget -O - "https://www.dropbox.com/download?plat=lnx.x86" | tar xzf - 64-bit: cd ~ ...
You can try sudo apt-get install <package-name>=<package-version-number> OR sudo apt-get -t=<target release> install <package-name> already asked in the forum for example in How to Downgrade a Package via apt-get?
Sourceforge has old filezilla file, so you probably can find 3.2.0 version there.
Here is an archive of filezilla, I hope you find the version which you are looking for! http://sourceforge.net/projects/filezilla/files%2FOldFiles/
Just to follow up in case anyone stumbles upon this. The vsftpd.conf file has to have the following line added: virtual_use_local_privs=YES
proftpd: apt-get install proftpd then choose: proftpd (servermode) nano /etc/proftpd/proftpd.conf --> ipv6 should be off --> default root (should be inlined)(no #) --> Require Valid Shell off (should be inlined) (no #) nano /etc/proftpd/modules.conf --> LoadModule mod_tls_memcache.c should be outlined (with #) service proftpd restart Now ...
I used to have VsFTPd on my server but I had to move to ProFTPd because our designer on windows had frequent interruptions while uploading and all (he was using notepad++ and its built-in FTP client). Now I hear no complaints. As for the listing, you can find more details here.
If you have setup OpenSSH on this machine, you have built-in sftp for all user accounts. Most modern ftp clients have builtin support for sftp. It is also much more secure than regular ftp and the overhead tax for using encryption is minimal. In fact, over my local network, sftp is faster than ftp. Give it a shot, it operates on the same port as ssh and even ...
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