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       FileZilla - FTP client


       filezilla [-l <logontype>] <FTP URL>
       filezilla -h|-s|-v
       filezilla -c <site>


       FileZilla  is  a powerful client for plain FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS)
       and the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP).


       -c <site>, --site <site>
              Connect to the given site from the Site Manager.  Site has to be
              given  as  complete  path, with a slash as separation character.
              Any slash or backslash that is part  of  a  segment  has  to  be
              escaped  with  a  backslash.  Path has to be prefixed with 0 for
              user defined entries or 1 for default entries. Site path may not
              contain double quotation marks.

              Example:  filezilla  -c  0/foo/bar/sl\/ash  connects to the user
              site sl/ash in the site directory foo/bar

              May not be used together with -s nor with URL parameter.

       -h, --help
              Displays a help dialog listing these commandline options.

       -l <logontype>, --logontype <logontype>
              Set a special logontype, can only be used in combination with  a
              FTP URL as argument.

              Logontype  has  to  be  either  ask  or interactive. If -l isn't
              given, the normal logontype is used.

       -s, --sitemanager
              Start with Site Manager opened. May not be used together with -c
              nor with URL parameter.

       -v, --version
              Display version number of FileZilla.


       The  FZ_DATADIR  environment  variable  can  be  used  to  specify  the
       directory containing FileZilla's data files.


       Please visit  for  further  information.
       Report bugs only if you are using the latest version available from the
       FileZilla website.


       Copyright (C) 2004-2010  Tim Kosse

       FileZilla is distributed under the terms  of  the  GNU  General  Public
       License version 2 or later.



                                  April 2008                      filezilla(1)