When it comes to graphical FTP clients, it's hard to find a better one for the cost than FileZilla. What's neat about FileZilla is that it works with just about every operating system and it's super easy to use.
It goes without saying, but X is a requirement for FileZilla. If you have an X server running then you are probably good to go.
Installing FileZilla may be as simple as using your package management system. Depending on your flavor of *nix, enter one of the following into a terminal:
sudo apt-get install filezilla
sudo yum install filezilla
sudo zypper install filezilla
sudo make install
Once you have FileZilla installed, you'll want to get connected. All that you need to do is to enter the following into the Quickconnect toolbar and click the Quickconnect button:
When you see files appear on the right-hand side of the window, you are connected!
The File Manager takes up most of the space in FileZilla's window. It's divided into two panes: the Local Site and the Remote Site. The Local Site is the left-hand side of the window, and contains the files on your computer. The Remote Site is the right-hand side of the window, and shows the files on your EVBackup account.
FileZilla isn't the only FTP client that you can use to connect to your EVBackup account. In fact, you can connect with just about any FTP client that supports FTP, SFTP, or FTP-SSL (explicit) connections. We have detailed tutorials for some of the more popular FTP clients on our ExaVault FTP support wiki:
In addition, the following FTP clients are known to work with EVBackup accounts: