I found only the following in
apt-get, but nothing seems to be relevant, then much pure
I think sftp is the same as SSH ftp, so
scp should do the case, but I would like to have a GUI.
I just want to move files to my raspberry pies in local network.
apt-cache search sftp | grep sftp gesftpserver - sftp server submodule for OpenSSH libnet-sftp-foreign-perl - client for the Secure File Transfer Protocol libnet-sftp-sftpserver-perl - Secure File Transfer Protocol Server openssh-sftp-server - secure shell (SSH) sftp server module, for SFTP access from remote machines python-fs-plugin-sftp - Python filesystem abstraction - SFTP access rssh - Restricted shell allowing scp, sftp, cvs, svn, rsync or rdist ruby-net-sftp - Ruby implementation of the SFTP protocol sftpcloudfs - SFTP interface to Rackspace/OpenStack storage services vsftpd - lightweight, efficient FTP server written for security vsftpd-dbg - lightweight, efficient FTP server written for security (debug)
OS: Debian 8.7