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#12417 duplicate Files/folders permission chacnge error on Manjaro Linux inverser

Hello. When I try to change the permissions on a folder or file, I get the error. Watch this video:

#12415 fixed keyboard-interactive duplicates & signs and adds > sign janoszen

When an SSH server issues a keyboard-interactive authentication to the client and the "instruction" field contains an & (and) sign (e.g. in an URL) the and sign is duplicated. Furthermore, it adds a > sign after a certain length.


| Please visit the following link to authenticate: | > =janoszen&&response_type=code&&state=73aaa57b018e4119a381da7b5a0fc06e 
| Please enter the code received:


Welcome to ContainerSSH!
Please visit the following link to authenticate:

Please enter the code received:

Please remove extra formatting from the challenge so links can be properly utilized.

Context: I'm the author of ContainerSSH and we are implementing OAuth2 authentication for SSH. The binaries for this feature are not released yet, but I'm happy to provide a testing server if needed.

#12413 worksforme fileZilla makes new connection when downloading a file from the server CJ van der Hoeven

Using the latest filezilla: 3.53.1 on Windows 10: Connecting to server : Ok Clicking on remote directories : Ok, Shows directory contents. Dragging a file from remote to local directory:

  • Filezilla creates a new connection on the control channel.

This is probably not a problem on a real ftp server. But I am debugging a tiny server on an ESP32 controller. And this controller can only handle a single client at the time. So it does not handle the new connect attempt while the primary connection is still active.

As a result, the new connect times-out, and the file download fails.

I wonder why Filezilla makes a new connection. Should it not continue with the existing connection?

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