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|#11862||invalid||akrlsmu01lep05 access issue|
I am unable to access akrlsmu01lep05 on my computer. Filezilla shows me 'nacread01/RF:permission denied' error. However it works on other computer. I have contacted security access team and Samsung IT help desk team also. Both teams have told me that its Filezilla issue. I have uninstalled and installed file FileZilla many times. Software also updated.I have also check and verified the setting. Still I am having issues with akrlsmu01lep05. I am using version 3.39.0. Please help me to fix this issue. I shall be thankful to you.
|#11859||rejected||My filezilla will not sign on to mtfgateway.changehealthcare.com|
I sign on filezilla to download my acceptance/denial reports from changehealthcare. One day it would not connect. My software is with Imagine(CPU) in California. They originally set it up my filezilla with Change Healthcare. Now that I am having problems connecting they say they can't help me. My submitter number is TSOHS5A. My receiver ID is 133052274. I get connection timed out after 20 seconds of inactivity. Then could not connect to server. When I try to connect it says open "TSOHS5A@…"22 I apologize but I am a billing company and very ignorant to so much of this.
|#11855||worksforme||Change configuration files location on *N?X systems to .config/filezilla if .config/ exists|
Change default location for configuration files on *N?X systems to .config/filezilla if .config/ exists
I'm contacting all software developers that create software that clutters up our home directories with .<name> folders to have their configuration moved to .config/<name> in accordance with https://specifications.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-latest.html
There's a long history here when it comes to the general case of "dot files", but the $HOME/.config directories that I specifically mention have an origin in the XDG Base Directory Specification and their environment variables:
Windows users may recognize this as a parallel of what Microsoft has had in Windows NT since version 4 (albeit that the names changed in version 6.0):
The idea is that per-user files can be (amongst quite a lot of other things) application data files (machine-specific or roaming), application configuration files, cached files, and temporary files, and applications place them in subtrees rooted at these particular directories.
This way we can our keep home directories clean!
Thanks for your time!