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Jennalyn Burke741 Points
I'm using a chromebook and when I try to open the cyberduck file, it says it's not compatible. What should I do?
I downloaded the cyberduck file, but it's doesn't install fully. When I click on it to install, it says it's not compatible with my device and routes me to the chrome web store. Is there another site other than cyberduck that you suggest I should use? Is there an app I should download that will allow it to install on my computer?
Rich Bagley25,868 Points
I haven't tried it on a Chromebook so not 100% but an alternative to Cyberduck for FTP would be something like Filezilla.
Hope that helps.
Zachary Green16,359 Points
Chromebooks use only ext at this time. there are many free and paid FTP exts on the chrome web store. there are also many web IDE's that you can use to transfer and edit files like c9.io and shiftedit.com.
on a side note you can install a version of linux and have it run side by side with ChromeOS. that way you can have a wider range of programs to install.