EZUpload
EZUpload
1.0

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EZUpload free download for Mac

EZUpload

1.0
06 January 2009

Easily upload any type of file to your FTP server.

Overview

EZUpload is a small program that allows you to easily upload any type of file to your FTP server. Edit the Config file with your server information and you are ready to start uploading your files. Does not currently support uploading folders or creating remote folders (both features planned for the next release).

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1 EZUpload Reviews

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Sdalcorn
07 January 2009

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Doesn't work. First, it creates a folder in Applications called EZUpload with the wrong permissions. You need to edit the CONFIG File, but you will have to change the permissions of the folder first. Then uploading a file shows a status bar, but nothing happens. Tried all combinations of the upload folder syntax, but no go. Manually created ~/upload/dir but nothing arrives in the folder. No error message to try to resolve. Such a shame, as something like this would be very useful. Tried on Leaopard 10.5.6
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Version 1.0
Sdalcorn
07 January 2009
Doesn't work. First, it creates a folder in Applications called EZUpload with the wrong permissions. You need to edit the CONFIG File, but you will have to change the permissions of the folder first. Then uploading a file shows a status bar, but nothing happens. Tried all combinations of the upload folder syntax, but no go. Manually created ~/upload/dir but nothing arrives in the folder. No error message to try to resolve. Such a shame, as something like this would be very useful. Tried on Leaopard 10.5.6
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
guttersnipe
guttersnipe
07 January 2009
I am looking into the permissions error right now. I had tested the program on all of my machines (all running Leopard, with different user names) with no problems so this is something I wasn't aware of. As for the upload not working, please make sure you have your CONFIG file correct. The "remotedir" should be formatted exactly like the example (i.e. no preceeding "~", just "/your/remote/dir". Please let me know if that fixes the upload problem. I am also currently working adding a notification in case of any errors. Paul Mata
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Version 1.0