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From Chuck Murcko <ch...@telebase.com>
Subject Re: proxy and ftp (fwd)
Date Tue, 23 Jul 1996 14:31:58 GMT
Yes, it's a real bug. We're working on that now (in fact, testing the fixes)

Rob Hartill liltingly intones:
> 
> ----- Forwarded message from Bob Vance -----
> 
> >From sbm-inc.com!bobv Tue Jul 23 01:41:42 1996
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> Date: Tue, 23 Jul 1996 02:41:47 -0400
> To: apache-bugs@mail.apache.org
> From: Bob Vance <bobv@sbm-inc.com>
> Subject: proxy and ftp
> 
> I just downloaded and ported with no problems the 1.1.1 version of the
> Apache Server.  But, I am having no luck with the FTP component of the Proxy
> Server module (the http proxy stuff is working great):
> 
> 1) The mailing address compiled in for anonymous access, "proxy_user@host"
> did not work with any sites that I tried.  I got a FORBIDDEN error.  I
> changed it to be "proxy_user@host.com", and it worked.
> 
> but
> 2) Now, the directory lists stuff fails.  When a ftp link ends in a "/", eg,
>         "ftp://www.apache.org/apache/dist/" ,
> the code at around line 2530 ( /* set request */ ) end up sending a 'RETR'
> with a null path argument and receives a "500" return code.  I tried
> monkeying around with the code to check for an ending "/" and then sending a
> "NLST .", but it doesn't quite do the the trick.  Unfortunately, I don't
> know enough about the FTP protocol to go much further.
> Am I missing something in the setup, or is this a real bug??
> 
> -----------------------------------------------
> Tks          |  bobv@sbm-inc.com
> BV           |  bobvance@alumni.caltech.edu
> ===============================================
> 
> ----- End of forwarded message from Bob Vance -----
> 
> -- 
> Rob Hartill (robh@imdb.com)
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chuck
Chuck Murcko	N2K Inc.	Wayne PA	chuck@telebase.com
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