Opened 2 years ago
File permissions not shown after creating a directory
|Reported by:||Paul White||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||create directory file permissions||Cc:|
|Component version:||3.28.0||Operating system type:||Linux|
|Operating system version:||Ubuntu 18.04.1|
Steps to reproduce:
- On the "remote site" zone, right-click and choose "create directory"
- Choose a directory name and click OK
The directory listing should be refreshed and the new directory should be shown with its permissions (drwxr-xr-x or whatever) and its owner/group.
If you right-click on it and choose file permissions, the current permissions should be shown (usually 755 which are the default permissions when a new folder is created)
After the folder is created, the directory listing is refreshed and you see the new folder, but the permissions and owner/group are not shown.
If you right click on it and choose "file permissions", you can't see what its current permissions are: you see "xxx" instead of 755. If you manually refresh the directory listing (such as clicking the refresh button on top, or leaving and reentering the containing folder), then the file permissions are shown.
This bug has was first reported on Launchpad for FileZilla 3.3.1