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Re: sftp

Hi !
Unfortunately, nothing changes at me. Using "ls" causes effects I
described in my previous e-mail concerning
sftp - listing is OK but it ends with error "Couldn't read packet.
Conection reset by peer" and in home 
directory I get stackdump file generated by sftp-server. I add I use
latest version of cygwin1.dll from snapshot and openssh version
2.5.2p2-2. Latest version of openssh I will use when at last I get to
any mirror that has it.
BWT -  why "lls" works without any problems ?


Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 03, 2001 at 10:35:39PM +0200, Ronald Hecht wrote:
> > Ok, I have had an old sshd.exe named (copied to) in.sshd.exe. inetd has used
> > this one.
> > I replaced it with a symlink. Probably this should be mentioned in the doc
> > of openssh. I'm now using all the new versions.
> What do you want to put into the FAQ? It's not a typical problem
> of the OpenSSH package since it never copied sshd to in.sshd.
> > Unfortunately, this hasn't solved the problem. After "ls" sftp hangs. I think
> > the
> > bug is in the sftp-server.exe. If I type ctrl-c I get a sftp-server-dump.
> Works for me. This doesn't mean that sftp/sftp-server has no bugs.
> It's pretty new in the OpenSSH package.
> Anyway, I have a strong suspicion to know what the problem is.
> I have attached a bzip2'd sftp-server.exe file.
> I would appreciate if you (and perhaps others with the same problem)
> could test if this sftp-server solves your problem and report it
> to the list.
> Thanks in advance,
> Corinna
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