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[gftp] TLS / FTPS data support
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- Subject: [gftp] TLS / FTPS data support
- From: David Liontooth <liontooth@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2005 01:57:04 -0800
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What is the difference between FTPS control connection and FTPS data
Like the previous questioner back in November, I need to access an ftp
site using ssl authentication.
I currently use Debian's ftp-ssl or lftp, and would like to enable gftp
for this if possible.
Does the current version have what I need, or do I need TLS / FTPS data
What's the current status on TLS / FTPS data support?
On building the tarball on an amd64 machine with gcc 3.3, I succeed using
./configure --enable-ssl --disable-nls
However, I'd like to build a Debian package. I tried using fakeroot
but get this error:
make: Entering directory `/mnt/share/software/tarballs/gftp/gftp-2.0.18'
Making all in intl
make: Entering directory
make: *** No rule to make target `all'. Stop.
I get the same error with checkinstall -D. I tried setting up my own debian
directory in the build tree, using dh_make -s, but it made no difference.
You obviously have this all set to build a debian package -- but how?