by November 17, 2001 0 comments


This is an FTP client for KDE 2. The main program window has two connection windows, which show the local file system and the remote file system. Apart from some default FTP sites, you can add your own site by entering the server name and port. Hit ‘Connect’ and you are ready. You can browse the remote file system easily in an explorer like interface. Drag ‘n’ drop is supported for downloading and uploading. And folders are automatically opened when you are using drag-and-drop. Files on the remote server can be opened using predefined application


Meant for: Web developers, office users
Features: Supports KDE 2, drag ‘n’ drop, resume, auto-path completion
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Meant for: home/office users
Features: Supports KDE 2, drag ‘n’ drop, multiple downloads, resume 
Contact: Download from

It also supports auto path completion and the resume feature (provided of course the remote FTP host supports resume). The application also has launch buttons for Kmail and Konqurer web browser.


An easy to use graphical user front-end for ‘wget’–a command line file retriever in Linux. It supports drag-and-drop of links with Konqurer and Netscape. It can handle multiple downloads simultaneously, checks for resume and does it if available on the remote server. The user can also prioritize a particular download. Overall, a handy utility to have to take away the hassles of broken downloads on your Linux box.

Ashish Sharma at PCQ Labs

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