How To Get FileZilla 3.7.3 Client In Linux

Filezilla is a free cross-platform FTP solution that runs on Windows, Linux, *BSD, and Mac OS X. It supports resume and transfer of files larger than 4 GB, remote file editing and remote file search. If you like, you can read the full list of FileZilla's features below, but the intention of this article is to teach you how to get the latest stable version of FileZilla Client.

  1. Supports FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
  2. IPv6 support
  3. Available in many languages
  4. Tabbed user interface
  5. Powerful Site Manager and transfer queue
  7. Drag & drop support
  8. Configurable transfer speed limits
  9. Filename filters
  10. Directory comparison
  11. Network configuration wizard
  12. Keep-alive
  13. HTTP/1.1, SOCKS5 and FTP-Proxy support
  14. Logging to file
  15. Synchronized directory browsing

How To Download And Run FileZilla Client In Your Linux Distro

1. Download FileZilla Client 3.7.3 for linux.

2. After the download is finished, cd to the directory where you saved the file and run the following command.

bunzip2 FileZilla_3.7.3_i586-linux-gnu.tar.bz2

how to get the latest filezilla client in linux

3. Extract the contents of the tar archive.

tar -xf FileZilla_3.7.3_i586-linux-gnu.tar

how to get the latest filezilla client in linux

4. Change directory with the following command and run filezilla.

cd FileZilla3/bin


how to get the latest filezilla client in linux

Now you can use FileZilla client for your own tasks. The following screenshot is made to show you guys the version of the latest client.

how to get the latest filezilla client in linux

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