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Every Time I try to connect - it says that is connecting to the server. Then it times out. And as I understand as soon as the connection is made - the right side locates the remote site - so I could upload & transfers file. Is that true? Can anyone help with this issue?
|#7882||outdated||FileZilla Crashes when trying to download a number of files by dragging them from the server folder to a directory in my home folder|
I use FileZilla 3.5.2 on a Linux Mint 12 (Lisa) plattform to connect to my Samsung Galaxy S2 Smartphone with Android 2.3 and the latest version of the App "Software Data Cable", which provides an FTP server for my phone's file system in my home network (over WLAN).
I can connet to the server without any problems, browse through the server file system and all folders and files are displayed correctly. However, when I want to download the content of my camera folder (about 100 JPEG-photos and 40 .mp4 video files) by marking all the files (click on first, Shift-click on the last file to be copied) and dragging them from the server folder window into the local folder window, Filezilla crashes.
I have attatched the Filezilla message log (file: "filezilla.log") which records the output from the launch up to the point when I opened the folder containing the files to download. When I dragged them over to my home folder the program crashed without any further output.
In addition to that I added a more useful log file from the gdb debugger, which shows the segmentation fault at the point of the crash. (file name: "filezilla crash.log")
I am running the Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric) based "Linux Mint 12" (Lisa) 64-bit on an Acer TravelMate 5740G Notebook with an Intel Core i5-430M and an ATI Mobility Radeon 5650 (using the proprietary fglrx driver for it). I also use the proprietary driver for the Broadcom WLAN card (package name is simply "wlan").
|#4327||rejected||More control over TLS/SSL encryption|
In addition to Ticket #4192 I would like to have the choice of
An example is the windows commandline tool ftps (see http://www.ipswitchft.com/products/moveit/client/freely/).