Problem with Leading Slash

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rup3t
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Problem with Leading Slash

Postby rup3t » Tue Mar 24, 2009 5:19 pm

Hey gang, I was hoping some one could help me out with this. I have looked through the preferences, and also searched the site here, but I can find no answer for this.

I have a server that delivers groups of selected images to folders. When a new group of images is submitted, it gets put in a folder and a FTP link is sent to me. Cyberduck refuses to change directory to the path in the link.

The link looks like this:

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ftp://username:password@255.255.255.255/folder1/folder2/200901011010_12345/


Here is the error I am getting:

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    Welcome to Darwin!
230 User username logged in.
NOOP
200 NOOP command successful.
SYST
215 UNIX Type: L8 Version: tnftpd 20040810
STAT /folder1/folder2/200901011010_12345
211-status of /folder1/folder2/200901011010_12345:
ftpd: /folder1/folder2/200901011010_12345: No such file or directory
211 End of Status
CWD /folder1/folder2/200901011010_12345
550 /folder1/folder2/200901011010_12345: No such file or directory.
PWD
257 "/Users/username" is the current directory.


So am I missing something, like a setting, any anything? Any other FTP client I have used will work correctly. I really like Cyberduck, but this is a pretty important thing I need it to do.

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Re: Problem with Leading Slash

Postby dkocher » Wed Mar 25, 2009 4:37 pm

What does the transcript look like in another client?


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