Originally posted by *labRat*
either the standard unix ftp or Transmit - for mac os x of course.
Transmit is good, it does exactly what i want from an ftp client - login info list, drag and drop, remote/home directory view, etc.
btw, in a terminal ftp what is the command for a directory listing of your local files?
that seems to be a pain, wonder why they just don't have an lls, i knew about the lcd but if you don't know what directories are there how woudl you know what to 'lcd' into?Originally posted by Bass-Invader
and it will drop you to the shell (ftp still runs)
do whatever it is you need( ls a directory or what not)
type exit to go back into the terminal ftp.
if you just want to change dir locally without exiting ftp, use 'lcd <dir path>'