RBrowser, a full featured, graphic FTP/SSH client for Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server, has been updated to version 2.88 with lots of new changes.
RBrowser, which uses FTP and SSH as transport, provides access to files on a local host as well as remote Unix systems via a graphical interface. It offers a uniform interface to distributed file transfer and file related operations, and is designed to simplify access and use of files on remote systems. It’s targeted to anyone who has accounts on remote Unix systems of whatever flavor, or on any host that has an FTP server.
Version 2.88 has “greatly extended” the scope of the “archive/compress” and “uncompress/archive” functions, according to RBrowser’s authors. This command works equally on an SSH/UNIX connection or on the local file system, they said. This feature is not available on FTP connections. There are lots of other changes and bug fixes, as well. You can read all about them at the
RBrowser info site.
To download RBrowser 2.88 (a 1.3MB file) go to the
product Web page.