SFT is a program, which allows you to transfer files from computer to computer through the Internet.
The program is divided into 2 parts, on the one hand the server, and on the other hand the client.
For the server mode (files receiver), SFT must be started with the -s option.
For the client mode (files sender), SFT must be started with the -c option followed by the hostname (or IP) and the files the program has to send.
Last update: 28-Mar-2004
A few options are available:
- For the server:
- -k keeps the server running after sessions.
- -d +path allows you to choose the reception directory.
- -l +number is usefull if you want to limit the number of incoming bytes.
- For the client:
- -d +path allows you to choose the program's working directory.