Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

Version 11 (modified by dkocher, on Dec 17, 2008 at 3:10:24 PM) (diff)


Cyberduck Help / FAQ

What is Cyberduck?

Cyberduck is an open source FTP/SFTP (SSH Secure File Transfer), WebDAV and Amazon S3 browser licenced under the GPL.

Is Cyberduck free?

Cyberduck is free software. Free software is a matter of the users' freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. If you find this program useful, please consider making a donation. A donation would not only demonstrate your appreciation of this software, but also help to advance development in the future. It will help to make Cyberduck even better!

What are the requirements to run Cyberduck?

Cyberduck 3 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. Previous versions run on 10.3.9. Refer to the changelog. Make sure to install the latest Java Update from the System Software Update.

Cyberduck isn't available in my language!

Why not translate it yourself? Contact me and I'll send you the relevant files. Current available localizations are English, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified Han), Russian, Swedish, Hungarian, Danish, Polish, Indonesian, Catalan, Welsh, Thai, Turkish, Hebrew, Latvian and Greek. Subscribe to the localization mailing list.

How do I submit a bug report?

Open a new ticket using the issue tracker with a description of what you have a done and what went wrong. Make sure to look or search for existing tickets first.

How do I request a feature?

Look or search first in the issue tracker if this hasn't been requested before. If not, then open a new ticket describing the missing functionality.

Why isn't there a local file viewer/two pane interface in Cyberduck?

That's what is for. Use drag and drop (eventually together with Exposé) or Menu File → Upload instead You can also copy files in the and then paste them in Cyberduck using Menu Edit → Paste from Finder.

What proxy servers does Cyberduck support?

SOCKS 4/5. You can adjust the proxy settings in the System Preferences.

Where does Cyberduck store its Preferences?

In ~/Library/Preferences/ch.sudo.cyberduck.plist. Bookmarks, History and Workspace information is saved in ~/Library/Application Support/Cyberduck/.

My preferred editor isn't supported.

An editor must support the external editor protocol (ODB). It is currently not possible to use an arbitrary editor.

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