Opened 13 years ago

Last modified 13 years ago

#1342 closed Bug report

Downloads from server are corrupted

Reported by: amahdy Owned by:
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: Cc: amahdy, Tim Kosse, Alexander Schuch
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Description

Hey .. when I download somehting from the server over normal FTP transfere ... files are corrupted ... this bug wasn't in the previous version ... my program settings are all default expet that I set the (send keep alive commands) ... thanks !

Change History (9)

comment:1 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

Which version?

What type of corruption?

comment:2 by amahdy, 13 years ago

version: 3.0.4.1
when I upload a picture in such directory,

and download it from the web interface (web browser) , the picture is ok ..
when I download this picture from filezilla, its size increase about 1K and become corrupted ... i think , some bytes are written twice in the downloaded file (after making a hexa comparison with the original one) ...

*picture type: jpg
same prblem with rar compressed file, gif picture
*no problem with ASCII/plain text files

Thanks !

comment:3 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

Check your transfer type. Looks like you're trying to transfer the file in ascii mode.

See http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Transfer_Type

comment:4 by amahdy, 13 years ago

I thought "Transfere >> transfere type >> auto" can detect this AUTOmatically ... so auto seems useless like that ?

Thanks anyway.

comment:5 by amahdy, 13 years ago

yes the previous version can really -auto- detect ... but this one nop ... i just checked that now ...

comment:6 by Alexander Schuch, 13 years ago

So if you explicitly select binary transfer, does it work then?

And what by the way is the exact file name of the file you are transferring (and which gets corrupted)?

comment:7 by amahdy, 13 years ago

Binary: YES it works !

*Seems the AUTO checks the extension then ? ... ok anyway ... my files hasn't extensions, so I think the default should be binary , or for example when the program doesn't find a suitable extension , use binary not ASCII ...

and BTW .. my files name are just some IDs ... like XXXX or XXX_XXX_XXX_XXX_XX and so on ... X is a digit number ...

Thanks !

comment:8 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

There is an option for extensionless files on the file type page in the settings dialog.

comment:9 by amahdy, 13 years ago

Yep ! Thnaks !!

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