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How do I configure Cyberduck for Mac OS X?

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Cyberduck is a free FTP program for Mac OS X only. Once you have chosen Cyberduck as your FTP client, you can use the following step by step guide to help you configure it with the proper settings.

Cyberduck FTP Setup Guide

Cyberduck for Mac OS X Setup Guide

Settings for Advanced Users

Server: ftp.domainit.com
Path: /yourdomain.com/html/
Username: yourdomain.com
Password: your password

 

Settings for Beginners

1

Open Cyberduck. Go to your "File" menu, and select "Open Connection."

Cyberduck FTP Setup Step 1

 

 

2
Next you will be prompted for all of your login information. First enter the Server, ftp.domainit.com. Next specify your Path, which is /yourdomain.com/html. Be sure to substitute your actual domain name, exluding the "www," in place of "yourdomain.com." Enter your Username, which is your domain name. Next enter your password. Press the "Connect" button.

Cyberduck FTP Setup Step 2

 

 

3
You're done! Your webfiles should have appeared in your Cyberduck window. Now you are free to drag and drop files between Finder and Cyberduck.

Cyberduck FTP Setup Step 3

 

 

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