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Cannot view folders in listing [Webstar] #1302

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cyberduck opened this issue Oct 19, 2007 · 5 comments
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Cannot view folders in listing [Webstar] #1302

cyberduck opened this issue Oct 19, 2007 · 5 comments
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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Oct 19, 2007

62fa322 created the issue

Similar issue to Ticket #1172. When viewing a directory listing for my ftp server, I cannot see my directories. I know they are there, and Cyberduck gives an error if I try to 'recreate' those directories.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 3, 2007

7c2cf62 commented

similar to 1353 - see some comments there

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 3, 2007

62fa322 commented

Thanks, soka. Doesn't help me though =) Nice to know I'm not the only one experiencing the problem.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 4, 2007

@dkocher commented

If this is a Rumpus server then it is a duplicate of #1172. ionic pro air purifier

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 6, 2007

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I just did some testing on our server, using Cyberduck 2.8.1 on my MacBook
Pro running OSX 10.4.9.  If your home directory contains only folders, they
appear in Cyberduck when you login.  If there's also one or more files in
the home directory, the folders do not appear.  If I create a folder via
Cyberduck, it does NOT appear in Cyberduck, but the folder IS created on
the server.

I then took all of your home directory files/folders and put them into a
single folder in your home directory (so the only thing in your home
directory is that one folder).  When I logged in as you, I could see that
single folder.  When I entered that folder, I could see everything inside
of it...both files and folders.

I tried replacing your entire home directory with a new folder, but that
didn't do any good.  I also created a new FTP account with access to your
home directory, but again that does no good.  I created a new FTP account
with it's own home directory , full of files and folders different than
yours.  The "missing folders" problem occurs, no matter where on the server
I put that home directory.

If I begin my FTP session in the parent folder of your home directory, then
navigate to your home directory, I can see everything.

This has to be some weird problem with Cyberduck and how it handles
displaying the contents of a home directory, as I do not see this problem
with Fetch, my regular FTP client.  Our server is Webstar 4.5, not Rumpus.
I don't have a problem setting up a temporary FTP account for the Cyberduck
developers, if they want to troubleshoot this problem further.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 20, 2007

@dkocher commented

Resolved in 3361.

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