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Old 4th May 2009, 09:25 PM
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force FTP upload to correct folder insead of /home/user/Documents ?

How to force ftp to put a file to the folder you drag it to instead of plopping in /home/user/Documents ?

The expected behavior of ftp is to overwrite an existing file, if a file of the same name is copied into it's folder.

Why is it putting the file into the documents folder and how to make it behave properly.

Files need to go where they are dragged, any ideas?

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