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SFT (Simple File Transfer) is a file transfer program, a bit like rcp. It is designed to simplify file transfers from one computer to an another when they are connected to the Internet. The person receiving the file has to run the program in server mode (-s), while the sender of the file has to run the program in client mode (-c), specifying the destination host IP and the file names. File integrity is checked by using checksums.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  28 Mar 2004 23:15

    Release Notes: This release adds support of hostnames for the destination server.

    •  24 Feb 2004 15:30

      Release Notes: The display of the transfer speed has been added. A bug related to the bytes limit on the server side has been fixed. The has been updated.

      •  22 Feb 2004 06:12

        Release Notes: This version fixes an important bug related to the amount of data the client tried to send.

        •  21 Feb 2004 06:51

          Release Notes: Compilation issues that occured under FreeBSD (and probably under other *BSDs) were fixed along with a bug in the memory manager.

          •  18 Dec 2003 18:48

            Release Notes: The memory manager was updated. This fixes a memory unallocation bug. The error message display was updated. Various code cleanups were made. The --with-uname option was added to the configure script. The uname call is enabled by default.


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