CrossFTP Pro/Enterprise 1.97.4

Download CrossFTP/Pro/Enterprise for Windows, Mac, and Linux. CrossFTP Pro/Enterprise's evaluation will turn back to the Free CrossFTP after 30 days.

Download (exe)
Download (Require JRE)
for Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7.

Mac OS XMac OS X

Download (Require OS X 10.7+)
(Require JDK 7+)
Download (Require JDK5/6)
Mac App Store (CrossFTP Pro)

Download (deb)
Ubuntu App Store
for Debian, Ubuntu, and other Debian-based OS.

JavaWeb Start
Download (jnlp)
run CrossFTP from web and get automatic updates.
Download (zip)
for Win, Mac, Linux, and Solaris. Put CrossFTP in USB drive, or deploy CrossFTP on your web server.


Installation Troubleshooting

- Mac Installation Issue:

"” is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Trash.

Solution: Please choose "Allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere" in your System Preferences -> Security & Privacy.

- Linux Installation Issue:

How to install on non-debian linux?

Please download the portable package, extract the content to a folder, and go into that folder. After that,

1. Add the execution permission for by:

chmod +x ./

2. execute to start CrossFTP client by:


If you met any issues, please check if Java is properly installed on your system and available in the path; you are running CrossFTP in GUI.

- Ubuntu installation issue:

Ubuntu Software Center alerts me: "Bad quality packet". You can use the following command to install the package:

1. Download the deb package, e.g., crossftp_deb_package.deb

2. Go to the downloaded deb file's folder, and execute:

sudo dpkg -i ./crossftp_deb_package.deb

- JNLP web start issue:

If you met one of the following issues:

  • Java applications are blocked by your security settings.
  • Missing Application-Name manifest attribute
  • Missing required Permissions manifest attribute in main jar

On Windows, you can go to Java Control Center.

Or on Mac/Linux/Win, you can use 'javaws -viewer' command to open the Java Control Center

After that, follow this link to solve the blocked issue.

Cannot edit/open file on Mac

On Mac, if you met issues to edit or open file, such as "Cannot run program "/usr/bin/open": error=2, No such file or directory", please:

Install the CrossFTP Mac version for JDK 7+ or Mac version JDK 5/6 according to your system.

Archived version:

Mac OS X 10.3 or JDK 1.4 users can download CrossFTP 1.53 here.