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Cyberduck - failing to upload .mov file #5304

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cyberduck opened this issue Oct 12, 2010 · 2 comments
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Cyberduck - failing to upload .mov file #5304

cyberduck opened this issue Oct 12, 2010 · 2 comments
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cyberduck commented Oct 12, 2010

191d683 created the issue

Hi,
First some specs:
I have the latest Cyberduck (version 3.6.1)
I have also upgraded my macbook to Snow Leopard.
Mac is Mac OS X 10.6.4

I have a few Quicktime (version 10) movie files I am trying to upload into cyberduck.
It is not working.
When I drag and drop the .mov file (9.2 mb) is says after attempting:
" failed to upload..."
Then, when it does a Re-try, it says:
"Network error: Upload Failed. Broken Pipe".

I am not sure what this means and if it is Cyberduck or what that is causing the error.
I have tried to also upload smaller .mov files.

Please help!
Jenny


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cyberduck commented Oct 12, 2010

191d683 commented

I tried again to upload file into Cyberduck with a movie file (4 kb only) and comes up with:
FTP ERROR: Upload Failed.Unable to build data connection: Operation not permitted.

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cyberduck commented Oct 12, 2010

@dkocher commented

Duplicate for #5168 and #5087.

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