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This FTP daemon, originally from the Washington University of St. Louis, is a powerful, and widely used replacement FTP server for Unix systems. The FTP protocol is a method of transferring files between machines on a network and/or over the Internet.

Besides fully supporting the FTP protocol defined in RFCs 959 and 1579 (and others), it adds the following features:
o logging of transfers,
o logging of commands,
o on the fly compression and archiving,
o classification of users on type and location,
o per class limits,
o per directory upload permissions,
o restricted guest accounts,
o system wide and per directory messages,
o directory aliases,
o cdpath,
o filename filter,
o virtual host support (similar to the Apache HTTP server).

This release is maintained by the WU-FTPD Development Group as a public service to the Internet.
Interface: Command Line
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Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit 64-bit
stable 2.6.2-32 2.6.2-32

Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
lucid 2.6.2-31ubuntu1 2.6.2-31ubuntu1
precise 2.6.2-33ubuntu1 2.6.2-33ubuntu1

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