Jan-Frode Myklebust wrote:
> Somethings broken with the ftp-site:
> ncftp /projects > pwd
> ncftp /projects > ls -ld xfs
> lrwxrwxr-x 1 0 0 12 Oct 4 2002 xfs -> ../.pub0/xfs
> ncftp /projects > cd xfs
> Could not chdir to xfs: server said: Can't change directory to xfs:
> Permission denied
> ncftp /projects > cd /.pub0
> Could not chdir to /.pub0: server said: Prohibited file name: .pub0
> Hope this doesn't have anything to do with SCO...
According to the welcome banner on oss.sgi.com, it's using Pure-FTPd -
the Pure-FTPd FAQ states:
> Alternatively, you can use '-X' (--prohibitdotfilesread) to also prevent
> users from READING these files and going into directories that begin with
> "." .
As /projects/xfs is a link to /.pub0/xfs and the error message is
'Prohibited file name' - then does oss.sgi.com run Pure-FTPd with the -X
Could someone at SGI please have a look at this?