When a program’s home page insists the intent is to be simple and small, it’s usually a good sign.
That’s cmdftp, and like a lot of ftp clients I’ve seen for the console, it behaves like a shell.
If you need some sort of visual arrangement you might be better sticking with something like Midnight Commander. I usually do.
But for sheer svelte-ness, it’s going to be hard to find an FTP client with as much function that takes up as little space. cmdftp weighs in at a mind-blowing 60Kb. That’s right, 60. Kilobytes.
So, no color, no graphical arrangement. On the other hand, fully functional, speedy and smaller than a grain of sand.
Should be an easy decision. 😉
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