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SAFE2 and High Sierra
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Ewen
2017-09-28 13:32:44 UTC
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Please note that if you are running High Sierra or later on a Macintosh,
the built-in MacOS FTP server has been removed.

To access folders on the Mac using FTP from SAFE2 running under Sweet16,
you will first need to run an FTP server on the Mac, either by
installing PureFTPD through Terminal, or install the FTP Server app. FTP
Server is available from the App Store on the Macintosh.

Cheers - Ewen
David Schmidt
2017-09-28 14:13:00 UTC
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Please note that if you are running High Sierra or later on a Macintosh,
the built-in MacOS FTP server has been removed.
Apple giveth, and Apple taketh away.
Steve Nickolas
2017-09-28 16:27:12 UTC
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Please note that if you are running High Sierra or later on a Macintosh,
the built-in MacOS FTP server has been removed.
Apple giveth, and Apple taketh away.
I'm sure you could roll vsftpd or so for it...?

-uso.

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