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  • Using Filezilla to upload your files.

    Filezilla is a popular and free FTP client used to upload files to your webserver. This is the first step in installing or upgrading your vBulletin software. Hopefully this will help you learn how to use this valuable tool.

    If you do not have Filezilla yet, you would need to download it for your computer. There are versions available for many popular operating systems including Windows™, Mac-OSX, and Linux. You can download the Filezilla client here:
    http://filezilla-project.org/

    Once you have downloaded the software and followed their instructions for installing it on your server please watch the following video.


    • plutonash
      #16
      plutonash commented
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      This may be obvious but I suggest using Passive Mode rather than Active Mode when uploading files. Normally I have no problem on Active. However, 4.0.4 PL1 files kept being corrupted somehow.

    • Ramsesx
      #17
      Ramsesx commented
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      If your files are corrupted, especially big files, you have to set the timeout setting higher. After I did, never again had those issues.

    • chriske
      #18
      chriske commented
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      Tip: If your using tapatalk and you upload files with filezilla it might cause an error.
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