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Changes between Initial Version and Version 3 of Ticket #2895


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Timestamp:
Jan 15, 2009 9:06:56 AM (12 years ago)
Author:
dkocher
Comment:

This is the same issue as described in #1775. The second whitespace before the filename is interpreted as the first character of the filename. Use the following workaround to make the parser ignore whitspace in directory listings:

defaults write ch.sudo.cyberduck ftp.parser.whitespaceAware false

Paste this into Terminal.app and restart Cyberduck.

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  • Ticket #2895

    • Property Status changed from new to closed
    • Property Resolution changed from to duplicate
    • Property Component changed from core to ftp
  • Ticket #2895 – Description

    initial v3  
    11Hello... I work with a Windows Server 2003, with Pablo's FTP Server inside... When I try to list the directories, the message I get is "/disco-c" Directory Not Found
    22The transcription is:
    3 NOOP
    4 200 OK
    5 CWD / disco-c
    6 550 "/ disco-c": Directory not found.
     3
     4{{{
     5 LIST -a
     6 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for directory list.
     7 drwx------ 1 user group              0 Feb 14 01:47 BackupsEnGeneral
     8 drwx------ 1 user group              0 Dec 23 15:41
     9 borrables_cuando_falta_espacio
     10 drwx------ 1 user group              0 Aug 22 12:15 diskimage
     11 drwx------ 1 user group              0 Apr 23 17:18 fuentes
     12 drwx------ 1 user group              0 Jan 07 22:08 mySQLTemp
     13 drwx------ 1 user group              0 Nov 21 17:56 operativas
     14 -rwx------ 1 user group          38635 Jul 13 2006  users.xml
     15 drwx------ 1 user group              0 Nov 27 2007  disco-c
     16 226 Transfer complete
     17 NOOP
     18 200 OK
     19 CWD / disco-c
     20 550 "/ disco-c": Directory not found.
     21
     22}}}
     23
    724
    825As you can see, there is an space betwen slahs, and the "d". If I get the directory listing from other FTP client (for example FileZilla, or TotalCommander), the directory listing is retrived just ok.