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mkdir not working #1693

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cyberduck opened this issue Jan 24, 2008 · 3 comments
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mkdir not working #1693

cyberduck opened this issue Jan 24, 2008 · 3 comments
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cyberduck commented Jan 24, 2008

e15af30 created the issue

I'm logged in as root on my server using sftp and i'm trying to make a new folder... i tried in two different places; (my server)/var/www/footbagpowerhouse.com/html/[HERE] and (my server)/var/www/footbagpowerhouse.com/html/images/[HERE]... i see no reason it shouldn't be working on my end using cyberduck, as my husband was able to make and access the directory using shell... I was however able to upload files into the directory once my husband created it so its not a single file problem either. i did just update and i dont know if this is a known issue but you might want to try to get it fixed. thanks!

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cyberduck commented Jan 24, 2008

@dkocher commented

What is the error message?

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cyberduck commented Jan 24, 2008

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no error, its just crashing... i sent the crash report in when it happened; i dont know if you have access to the logs of that, but it didnt give me anything on my end but closing.

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cyberduck commented Jan 25, 2008

@dkocher commented

Should be working in 2.8.4.

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