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Description: FTPdaemon v2.2 for AmigaOS 4
Download: ftpd.lha
Version: 2.3
Date: 13 Nov 2017
Category: network/server/ftp
FileID: 10365
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Comment by: jakp ( 08 Apr 2016, 12:31File version: 2.2
Hi abalaban, I sent you an email.
Comment by: abalaban ( 06 Apr 2016, 20:58File version: 2.2
Hi Jak, thank you for the feedback. May I ask you about the ftp client you were using?
It seems to normal the server refuses to upload a file into Disk.info (which is obviously not a directory). We noticed that some ftp client are considering links (note that since some time now under AmigaOS Ram:Disk.info is implemented as a link to ENVARC:Sys/Disk.info) as if there were directories which is a flaw on the client side not the server side.
Comment by: jakp ( 06 Apr 2016, 14:34File version: 2.2
I take back the last comment. If I upload a file to a subdirectory, the file appears to the root directory and there is no error message.
Comment by: jakp ( 06 Apr 2016, 14:23File version: 2.2
Downloading from the Amiga server works fine but I can't upload anything. It seems that there is a path problem. When I try to upload file "test.txt" to the server's root directory, I get the following error message:

Access denied
553 Can't create "/Disk.info/test.txt"

For some reason the ftp client program tries to upload the file to the nonexistent "Disk.info" directory and not to the root directory.

It doesn't matter if I try to upload the file to the root directory or any of the existing subdirectories, the error message is the same.
Comment by: Olrick ( 15 Apr 2014, 13:14File version: 2.1
With version 2.1, in DOS prefs you must enable "*" in patterns for the directory listing to work.
Comment by: Olrick ( 11 Apr 2014, 14:42File version: 2.1
Don't miss these points when configuring:
- default settings reference FTPUsers as PROGDIR:serv/FTPUsers, if you put Ftpd in a different drawer than FtpdPrefs, replace PROGDIR: whith an absolute path
- welcome message and message of the day lines must be prefixed with "220-" and "230-" as in the default settings
Comment by: djrikki ( 30 Aug 2012, 16:44File version: 2.01
Never mind.. its hidden in the db drawer...
Comment by: djrikki ( 30 Aug 2012, 16:43File version: 2.01
The archive doesn't include a file name ftpd.conf!
Comment by: nexus ( 07 Nov 2008, 14:43File version: 2.01
wenn der FTP-Client den passive-Modus zum Datentransfer benutzt, dann
funktioniert der FTPdaemon nicht.

Kann man dieses irgendwie ermoeglichen? Mit PetesFTP kann man wohl nicht von
aktiv auf passiv umstellen.

Comment by: abalaban ( 27 May 2008, 11:15File version: 2.01
Yes I choosed DEVS:Internet because it's OS4 standard. And AmiTCP: assign is not
required at all now (it was in the very first version I released because of an
error of mine when packaging).
Comment by: AlexC ( 27 May 2008, 09:13File version: 2.01
I understand, you had to pick a location which is standard in OS4.
No worries. With BinEdit help I made it look for the config in AmiTCP:db again
Comment by: abalaban ( 27 May 2008, 08:37File version: 2.01
There is no hardcoded value that can't be changed by configuring the software.
Except DEVS:Internet/ftpd.conf all other files can be configured by modifying
the ftpd.conf file. Using the default ftpd.conf file FTPUser will be searched
from DEVS:Internet/.
Comment by: AlexC ( 27 May 2008, 02:51File version: 2.01
Arghh, this one has Devs:Internet and RAM:FTPUsers hard-coded in, but I store
everything in AmiTCP:db and serv, to keep 3rd party stuff separate from RoadShow

Can't change it myself as it won't compile:
ftp.h:32: error: syntax error before 'va_list'
Comment by: AlexC ( 27 May 2008, 02:34File version: 2.01
I guess it got updated between my download and the time I posted the comment...

2.01 is 97k and has the version string
Comment by: abalaban ( 26 May 2008, 17:29File version: 2.01
are you sure you are using this latest version 2.01 ?
Comment by: AlexC ( 26 May 2008, 11:43File version: 2.01
The version string is missing, it seems to have been optimized away, there's a
section full of 0's where the version and error messages should be as can be
seen in the ftpd.debug file.

So I used 'strip -R.comment' on the debug one and got it down to 96k.
Comment by: spotUP ( 25 May 2008, 13:34File version: 2.01
in that case, i just unpacked it and ran it from shell.
i'll cap a new log.
Comment by: abalaban ( 24 May 2008, 19:22File version: 2.0
Even if the crash was due to you not installing it correctly (for example) it's
interesting : it should not have crashed at all...
Comment by: spot ( 23 May 2008, 23:13File version: 2.0
it was related to me having had 2 beers and the stupidity that goes with it. =)
Comment by: abalaban ( 23 May 2008, 19:42File version: 2.0
Was the problem really not related to ftpd ?
Comment by: spot ( 23 May 2008, 19:04File version: 2.0
ignore the crashlog.
Comment by: spot ( 23 May 2008, 19:04File version: 2.0
it crashes here :/


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