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    How to Create a FTP server

    Hi guyz

    can u'll give a tutorial about how to create a FTP server for transfering files from 1 server to other one

    and more over please infrom what is the requirment for the same

    and inform what is the capacity of the server (i mean in GB and space )

    Thx for the info
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    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...p+server&meta=


    For some strange reason, and I may be wrong here, but mentioning the Operating System you are using may be remotley helpful to those inclined to help you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokia
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...p+server&meta=


    For some strange reason, and I may be wrong here, but mentioning the Operating System you are using may be remotley helpful to those inclined to help you....

    If I understand correctly, it would be very helpful. With most distributions of Linux, there is a built in FTP server, you just have to start the service, and configure it. With Windows, I believe you can download a server or daemon, in fact, I just googled it... check out this site:

    http://compnetworking.about.com/od/f...winftpserv.htm

    hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokia

    For some strange reason, and I may be wrong here, but mentioning the Operating System you are using may be remotley helpful to those inclined to help you....
    Ya think

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