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LFTP

LFTP is a simple and powerful text based ftp client which supports FTP, SFTP, HTTP and HTTPS.

Installing LFTP

The LFTP package in Debian is called lftp and is installed with

apt-get update
apt-get install lftp

* [http://lftp.yar.ru/ LFTP Website]

* [http://www.logios.cz/~jakub/editing-remote-files-with-vim-and-scp.html Howto on editing remote files via SCP or FTP]

rsync

rsync -av --delete /here/ user@host:/there/
rsync -av --delete user@host:/there/ /here/

ssh

comes with scp/sftp

Wget

Wget is a simple and powerful command line download tool which can be used to retrieve web pages, whole websites and files from FTP servers.

Installing Wget

The Wget package in Debian is called wget and is installed with

apt-get update
apt-get install wget

Gwget, a GUI frontend to Wget

The Gwget package in Debian is called gwget and is installed with

apt-get update
apt-get install gwget