Tonight I was downloading some packages from a community FTP server I am a member of and noticed that the transfer speeds were not showing after I started to process the FileZilla FTP transfer queue. Initially I figured I must have unchecked a toolbar or accidentally modified a view setting without knowing it. After reviewing the FileZilla configuration I couldn’t find anything that specified the display of the transfer speeds. Below I show FileZilla when it is not displaying the transfer speeds when it is in the middle processing a queue, what steps I took to resolve the issue, and last but not least what FileZilla should display when it is processing files from the transfer queue.32-Bit, 9600 gt, drivers, FileZilla, geforce, graphics card, nvidia, queue, time, transfer speeds, transfer stats, windows 7, xml
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Mar 17 2011
Jun 07 2010
Yesterday a friend contacted me about moving his site for Yahoo Small Business Web Hosting to another location. This typically can be challenging, regardless of web host, because of having to deal with someone else who has set this up and more than likely is not doing what they are supposed to be doing which is why the person wants to move the site in the first place. I was provided the Yahoo login information to the web and honestly had no idea how Yahoo Small Business has FTP set up. After logging in and searching around a bit I found the information I thought I needed and attempted to create an FTP user to login. After creating the FTP user I attempted to use the Yahoo FTP credentials in FileZilla to login but I continued to receive a “Critical Error” from the Yahoo FTP server. Below I describe the FTP error returned by Yahoo along with how I was able to work around the error.alt host, create & update, critical error, error, file management tools, file transfer protocol, FileZilla, FTP, password, small business, username, web hosting control panel, Yahoo
Feb 16 2010
There are numerous items that need to be installed to make this work end to end and I assume that you probably have one of the items already installed which is how you probably found this article. The end goal is to be able to receive Push Notifications on your iPhone in a couple different scenarios including whenever someone posts a comment to an article on your WordPress blog, when new users register on your WordPress blog, or when users send you direct messages using your WordPress mobile theme’s contact form. You may or may not be familiar with Push Notifications on your iPhone so I will explain specifically what they are below but the short explanation is they are notification messages of some sort that will pop up on your iPhone without you having to have a specific application already open. Below I describe how to integrate your WordPress blog with Prowl using the WPTouch WordPress plugin.activate, api key, app store, current devices, FileZilla, generate, growl, iPhone, iPod Touch, iTunes, plugin, prowl, push notification, register, WordPress, wptouch, wptouch iphone theme
Feb 04 2010
I was tasked with configuring VSFTPD to allow SFTP or FTPES (FTP over explicit TLS/SSL) tonight for a client. The configuration already had regular FTP working which I verified using FileZilla as an FTP client. I was able to login and transfer files in both directions to and from the server. Next I verified that SFTP worked without issue and I was able to also transfer files in both directions using SFTP. For FTPES I had to make some changes and once I did make the changes I was still getting an error when attempting to do a directory listing using FileZilla. Below I describe the initial changes I made to vsftpd.conf, the errors I received attempting to connect with FTPES, and the way I resolved the problem.
Jun 21 2009
I recently had a laptop hard drive crash and needed to try and recover numerous items including a bunch of FTP sites I had configured for the FileZilla FTP client. The first task was locating the site configuration file on my Windows XP laptop and then understanding how to import the sites to another computer. The site configuration file is named sitemanager.xml and below is the location of this file on Windows XP and on Windows Vista.
FileZilla Site Configuration File Location: