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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35338] - [net] FTPClient.listFiles() hangs on Red Hat Linux
Date Tue, 14 Jun 2005 07:22:58 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From treeck@yahoo.com  2005-06-14 09:22 -------
You are correct, the problem was with listNames() (I didn't try listFiles()). 
The FTP server is Suse Linux. I'm not sure of the version (using an ISP). The 
server is public. However, my app uses a private password and username (I can 
email the info to you, but don't want to post it here). The list of files in 
the directory is small:

incoming
DreamBeans_Windows.exe
DreamBeans_Solaris_x86.sh
DreamBeans_Solaris_sparc.sh
DreamBeans_MacOS.sit
DreamBeans_Linux_x86.sh
DreamBeans_Generic_Installer.sh
DreamBeans_Linux_x86_test.sh

I can access the server using ftp at the command line from Fedora Linux and 
use commands such as "ls" etc. Thus, I know the network connection is okay. 
One confusing thing though is that on both Windows XP and Linux, when I use 
ftp at the command line to log in, the initial pwd is one directory level 
higher than that entered by commons-net (same ftp account).


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