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Setup FTP to Your Native Apache Internet Server – jj

Setup FTP to Your Native Apache Internet Server

Setup FTP to Your Local Apache Web Server This video shows you how to setup FTP server and an FTP client using zFTP server3 and Core FTP Lite. Now you …



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  4. WHAT!?

    This is a web server. Here I am installing an extra server (the FTP server) so I can transfer my files or folder onto it with out having to walk to the server in the other building. I do not know where you got this runescape or frugooscape stuff from!


  5. there is only one ftp server and one ftp client used in this video. the server is called zFTP server 3 and this is installed onto your web server computer, the client is called core FTP and you install this on a difrent computer (so you can send files to your server from that computer).

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