New SFTP plugin available now

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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2018-07-25, 06:33 UTC

The Windows setting never converts.
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Post by *lobsom » 2018-07-30, 19:04 UTC

Mikefield wrote:
2008-08-14, 11:27 UTC
When I want to connect with username and password, I get an error:
"Authentication by password failed!"
This is on a Linux Red Had Server.

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Maybe the port is not defaut. Try [URL_SERVER]:PORT

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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *Bozzy » 2018-08-09, 23:02 UTC

ghisler(Author) wrote:
2018-07-25, 06:33 UTC
The Windows setting never converts.
I wasn't aware of that feature, so I've just tested on my connections and I don't get any conversion when copying text files from my linux box to my windows one, and my setting is Unix (LF). Shouldn't my LF become CR+FL then?
lobsom wrote:
2018-07-30, 19:04 UTC
Maybe the port is not defaut. Try [URL_SERVER]:PORT
Wow! I hope Mikefield has found a solution in the meantime... 10 years :D

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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *Mikefield » 2018-08-10, 12:25 UTC

Bozzy wrote:
2018-08-09, 23:02 UTC
Wow! I hope Mikefield has found a solution in the meantime... 10 years :D
Oh, that's me! Whats going on? :-)
I can't remember 10 years later, but I've no problems currently.
I'm using the plugin a lot of times with servers running solaris and rhel.
Mainly to copy rpm, ova and log files.
The only thing is, when you want delete a folder and the user has no permissions,
you get no error message and the folder isn't deleted.

But what is the problem you have?

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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *Bozzy » 2018-08-11, 02:26 UTC

Mikefield wrote:
2018-08-10, 12:25 UTC
Oh, that's me! Whats going on? :-)
Oh, I made a hilarious comment on a user trying to give an answer to a question you made 10 years ago :lol: You'll find it just above my reply.
But what is the problem you have?
Not a real problem for me, but I don't see any conversion from LF to CR+LF when transferring files from Linux to Windows and the plugin setting is Unix... As I have understood, with this setting it should convert LF <-> CR+LF when transferring text files Linux <-> Windows.

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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2018-09-24, 14:18 UTC

A new version 2.20 is available now!

It can now transfer files >2GB also via SCP, if the server supports it. This feature was added by forum user "CoolWater". Thanks!
See first post for download links.
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Synchronize dirs compare not working

Post by *Nux » 2019-01-01, 21:37 UTC

Synchronize dirs file comparison seem not to be working on one of servers I connect with. What does the plugin do when comparing files?

I assume it calculates a checksum. In the connection log I only see "Get sha1 checksum for: /some/path/index.html". But what command does it use exactly? Are there any more verbose logs I could check?

I'm asking because I keep getting a result that all files are different, but when I double click (compare a file) I get a message the files are the same.

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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *Nux » 2019-01-01, 21:54 UTC

Nevermind I forgot there are sources for this plugin. So it seems a hosting company I'm on is using some fake root for "SSH". So what appears to be a root directory for SFTP is actually "~/". And so checksum fails. In that scenario this doesn't work:
`sha1sum /some/path/index.html`
But that would work:
`sha1sum ~/some/path/index.html`
Stupid host :-(

So I guess fake root directories are not supported right?

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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-01-03, 09:02 UTC

1. How should the plugin detect fake root directories?
2. Could you try to access the home directory via absolute path? For this, change the "Connect with" location to:
www.yourservername.com:port\home\yourusername
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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *yyang » 2019-01-14, 08:36 UTC

I love the SFTP plugin, but it's a little picky about file names, refusing to transfer files using single quotes (e.g. O'Reilly.C++.Today.pdf). Certain CJK named files could be rejected too, but I fail to find a pattern.

Although FileZilla handles various file names well, I still much prefer Total Commander's flexibility. Could you take a look at this issue, please?

Update: Just found this could be solved by disabling "Use SCP for data transfers". But may we have SCP?
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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-01-15, 20:08 UTC

That's odd, I don't have any problems uploading and downloading files with an accent ' in the name. I have tried with ghisler.com (CentOS) and a Raspberry PI as servers. Maybe your server cannot handle them?
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Re: New SFTP plugin available now

Post by *yyang » 2019-01-16, 06:15 UTC

Tested again and yes it's the server's fault. Thanks a lot!
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