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I've had the user change the mode to active and ti worked. Thanks! Good for you. NOOP 200 NOOP command successful. http://imagextension.com/ftp-error/ftp-error-cannot-delete-folder-cyberduck.php

Oldest first Newest first Threaded Comments only Change History (3) comment:1 Changed 8 years ago by dkocher Description modified (diff) Milestone changed from 3.2 to 3.0.3 Please try the latest nightly I get the same response as dbasnett. (The fact that the FTP mode is ASCII.) However, I haven't tried to command on the offending computer yet. I don't think they were looking at the script carefully until recently. Check the Transfer Queue for the status. [12:25:44] TYPE I [12:25:45] 200 Type set to I. [12:25:45] SIZE 2009Jul05_915.mp3 [12:25:45] 550 The system cannot find the file specified. [12:25:45] MDTM 2009Jul05_915.mp3

What can I do to help you with that? MAT12 matched pair transistor substrate connection In a long sum, how can we find how many terms are preceded by the plus (or minus) sign Book of zen kōans Conference presenting: Jim Matthews Fetch Softworks Posted 3 years ago # Mr Ken Member Or my end. the client requests the connection type.

I've called my hosting company and they said it's something to do with cyberduck defaulting internally to the wrong file (a file that doesn't exist.) Here is the rest of the Support Apple Support Communities Shop the Apple Online Store (1-800-MY-APPLE), visit an Apple Retail Store, or find a reseller. I understand that - but why would one computer get this message using passive FTP and another computer not? i am pretty sure they are the same.

Mix between Home and Pro. Why is absolute zero unattainable? Any ideas why it keeps having to re-start the transfer? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2216136?tstart=0 My other WinSCP program does it just fine for me.

It should be fixed in that build. Browse other questions tagged osx ftp filezilla cyberduck or ask your own question. Before posting your question, did you look here? Why would a password requirement prohibit a number in the last character?

Hello all, I have an FTP server I just set up for my company with a plethora of usernames and passwords for access using a D-Link NAS device in RAID 1. I was trying to upload an MP3 file (a sermon from our Church) - which I do once a week, with no problems usually. I'm running Windows XP on all three tested machines. Edited 3 years ago # Jim Matthews Administrator Thanks for sending that.

it would really help to see exactly how the ftp session is being initiated. I suspect something is corrupted in Fetch on my computer? I used Fetch to upload a file & to later look for the file there, it worked fine. When you have received an answer to your question, please mark it as resolved using the Thread Tools menu.

What could be the problem here? it means that the server was sent the command ascii it is letting you know that the mode was changed. Just text files for html and a few jegs or gifs. Source Last login: Thu Jul 4 08:48:55 on ttys000 MacBook-Pro:~ kcupery$ defaults write com.fetchsoftworks.Fetch PasvUseServerIP -bool true MacBook-Pro:~ kcupery$ MacBook-Pro:~ kcupery$ defaults write com.fetchsoftworks.Fetch PasvUseServerIP -boll true 2013-07-04 08:55:09.764 defaults[443:707] Unexpected argument

It's similar on Cyberduck. Several functions may not work. For your information, I installed Fetch on my laptop which is running OS 10.8.4.

Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by istara, istara Oct 30, 2009 3:37 AM in response to Magicpony Level 1 (65 points) Oct 30, 2009 3:37 AM in response

I have downloaded the latest version and the error log is as below [20:50:23] SIZE 1891008_questionaire.jpg [20:50:23] 213 1035384 [20:50:23] MDTM 1891008_questionaire.jpg [20:50:23] 213 20081010120431 [20:50:23] PASV [20:50:24] 227 Entering Passive Email address This will be kept confidential. I have a D-LINK DNS-323 (i think...or 232) NAS device as the FTP server... Any idea why TLS wouldn't work here? –slhck Mar 11 at 16:14 No, though again, can you show us both client- and server- side logs for the initial FileZilla

drwx------ 2 cuperyne cuperyne 4096 Feb 12 08:16 .attracta -rw-r--r-- 1 cuperyne cuperyne 33 Mar 8 2011 .bash_logout -rw-r--r-- 1 cuperyne cuperyne 176 Mar 8 2011 .bash_profile -rw-r--r-- 1 cuperyne cuperyne Apparently Cyberduck is getting the file list without setting up a data connection, so it isn't initially running into the problem that Fetch and Transmit are seeing. That makes sense. comment:3 Changed 8 years ago by dkocher Resolution set to duplicate Status changed from new to closed Duplicate for #2625.

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