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#442 Huge Bug: Creating DIRs Tim Kosse anonymous
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Moin!

There seems to be a huge Bug in 2.2 (or is it a bug in Windows?):

If I connect to a FileZilla Server 0.8.5 using FileZilla Client 2.2 I can create a directory on the server called "This is a testdir...". On the server the directory is now called "This is a testdir.." (with only two dots) and it cannot be renamed or deleted! You can't change into that directory with FileZilla Client and you also can't delete it using the client.

You now have an undeleteable directory on the server. Perfect for script kiddies.

Is there a bugfix/workaround for this behavior?

#443 SFTP ASCII Mode dont work in Solaris server(Linux work) ervilla
Description

Hello! (sorry , my poor english) When using "SFTP using SSH2" to transfer an ascii text file to our Unix Solaris(5.9) server the file ends up with M at the end of every line. The file was created in a windows 98 machine. In ours Linux Servers works. Using comercial program 'SSH Secure Shell' works and the files are correct but we want use Filezilla for Open Source The ascii mode is not implement in Sftp? This a failure. Thanks from Spain.

#444 Ambiguous wording in install startup option anonymous
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This one should be easy to fix (as long as someone actually knows what this option does:) The ambiguous text is:

"Do not install as service, started automatically (not recommended)"

This is found in the FileZilla_Server_0_8_6.exe setup:

Startup Settings

Select startup behaviour for FileZilla Server

Please choose how FileZilla Server should be started:

"Do not install as service, started automatically (not recommended)" (3rd option)

It's ambiguous because it leaves you wondering whether it will be started automatically or not.

I recommend changing to:

"Do not install as service and do not start automatically. (not recommended)"

as long as that is indeed what that option means.

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