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Warning: those guides are mostly obsolete, please have a look at the new documentation.

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Filezilla server configuration
 
 
We usually use UNIX ftp daemons but sometimes it's nice to have one on a Windows workstations, for example when you need to upload some stuff from a live/install cdrom or memstick.
 
During installation, choose,
install as service, started manually
note the admin interface port (default: 14147)
check "start server after setup completes"
 
Once installed, connect to the admin interface w/o password and setup a password,
Edit > Settings
admin interface settings / change password : xxxxxx (at least 6 chars)
 
Add some shared folder and user,
Edit > Users
shared folders / users / add
username / none
shared folders / shared folders / add
d:\ftpshare
shared folders / shared folders / check/uncheck file and directory permissions accordingly
setup a password for the 'username' account,
general / check password
general / password: xxxx
 

(obsolete, see the new doc)