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|#11955||worksforme||For s3 connection, FZ ignores "host:" configuration box so impossible to connect to local s3 server (min.io)|
I am running a local min.io s3 server on my local network and FileZilla Pro can not connect to it.
I set the hostname to my min.io s3 server network IP address but I can see in the access logs that FZ ignores my host entry and simply uses an Amazon address instead which of course fails.
The host IP address is entered in the "Host:" box as 192.168.0.43 and Port: 9000 however FZ Pro shows that it is trying to access a different server: Retrieving directory listing... Status: Resolving address of s3.dualstack.us-east-1.amazonaws.com Status: Connecting to 184.108.40.206:9000... Error: Connection timed out after 20 seconds of inactivity Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing ... so it looks like it has used my port number but ignored my host IP address and used something from AWS or something internal instead. This seems to be a bug because it is entirely reasonable to expect "Host:" to allow me to connect to a s3 server at my own IP address.
My app and mac details are: FileZilla Pro
|#11953||fixed||Filezilla doesn't remember that I've told it to "Always allow insecure plain FTP for this server"|
Filezilla doesn't remember that I've told it to "Always allow insecure plain FTP for this server"
This happens if the site is configured as default, to use TLS if available. I would expect the warning to stop if I check the box on a server that will never support TLS. The checkbox does nothing.
It does appear to stop warning if you go in site manager and change it to use plain FTP only.
|#11951||rejected||Update version 3.43.0 libc6 problems|
I'm try updating manually to new version 3.43.0, always work it, but didn't work it now, problems with libc6(GLIBC), I'm using Linux Mint 19 x64, now warning "libc6 not found", but have version 2.27, but not working, I did a rollback to 3.42.1 and is working again. What is the solution, please?