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What is YAFC?
YAFC is Yet Another FTP Client, an excellent command-line FTP client written by Martin Hedenfalk (
). Features include:
cached directory listings
uses readline (tab completion, emacs/vi editing keys, history file, etc.)
extensive tab completion
multiple connections open
colored ls (ie, ls --color, uses $LS_COLORS like GNU ls(1))
autologin and bookmarks
Kerberos authentication support
nohup mode get and put, see below for more
tagging (queueing) of files for later transferring
automagically enters nohup-mode when SIGHUP received (in get and put)
redirection to local command or file ('>', '>>' and '|')
uses autoconf and automake
More information about YAFC is available at
What's at this page?
At this page I posted a Red Hat RPM package of YAFC 0.4.7 (the latest release at the time of this writing). Click the following links to download:
. The binary is intended for x86 machines running Red Hat Linux 6.0 (glibc 2.1).
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