"Miaj gefratoj ne scias, kiel alŝuti la dosieron."
Translation:My siblings do not know how to upload the file.
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http://vortaro.net/#komo says that: Commas are used to separate different elemental elements, enabling clearer understanding.
French and German has logical, but completely different rules. There is no rule how to use commas in Esperanto, but the Esperanto use seems similar to the German use, which separates independent sub-sentences.
I see this post is 2 years old now, and I usually leave posts older than a year alone, but as nobody else said this, I'd just say that the prefix "ge" in Esperanto specifically refers to a group including both males and females, so "gepatroj" is "parents", "geonkloj" is "uncles and aunts", and as here, "gefratoj" is "siblings". If you wanted to say "My brothers don't know how to upload the file", that would be, "Miaj fratoj ne scias, kiel alŝuti la dosieron."