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#102 2 GB limit on file size ? Tim Kosse anonymous

Hi folks,

I have been using Filezilla for somme weeks now (version 1.8.1, on W2K) and there seem to be a file limit at 2 GB for the files that we can transfer or even catalog. Since recognizing this, I have tried other FTP client: leechFTP, WS-FTP LE, Smart FTP, even the DOS FTP client of Win2K seem to have the same bug, whereas Windows commander succeeded to the transfer, only restarting the counter at 0 every 2 GB, but at the end I had my 11 GB backup.bkf file transferred correctly. I have looked at the release notes for version 1.9 and 1.9.2 and searched with the keywords limit and GB but did not find anything on that.

Sincerely yours,


#158 2 connexions instead of 1 anonymous

Good evening,

my ISP lets me connect to his FTP server with only *one* connexion.

  1. I launch Filezilla, choose my ISP FTP account
  2. I connect to my account
  3. As soon as I want to upload a file, everything behaves

as if Filezilla attempted to make a second connexion : my ISP FTP server systematically answers : upload forbidden, you already have an active connection.

Regards, Antoine

#1858 2 features from WS_FTP wanted bruce_t_white

Moving from WS_FTP, I like filezilla a lot. But I miss 2 features.

  1. Having a drop down history list of local directories. It

looks like this is almost there, since there is a similar list on the remote side. I find I'm ftp'ing from 2 or 3 local directories constantly, and it would be nice to not have to keep typing them in.

  1. I would prefer transfer arrows, rather than double-


Please accept praise for Editing a remote file: once I associate gvim with the file view/edit, editing just worked. Several other programs I tried said they did editing, but after bringing up the editor, the changes never got saved on the remote side.

FYI: I also tried the free AceFTP, which has these, as well as a bewildering combination of other unnecessary features. I did like the ability to have open FTP connections to two different machines, and switch with GUI tabs, but it kept crashing and was really just too complicated.

So while I campaign for my desired features, I do appreciate the basic simplicity and cleanliness of filezilla.

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