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Cyberduck FTP upload error

Discussion in 'Installation, Upgrade, and Import Support' started by RobParker, Mar 9, 2011.

  1. RobParker

    RobParker Well-Known Member

    This is more just a general question but often when I attempt to upload the XF files using cycberduck the majority of it will complete fine but I'll be left with a few files that give an error.

    FTP Error: Cannot read file attributes
    SIZE not allowed in ASCII mode.

    I think the files are being uploaded fine but then after they've uploaded I get the above error.

    I'll try the Cyberduck support as well but thought as this is related to XF someone might have an idea on here.

  2. Jake Bunce

    Jake Bunce XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    I found this bug report with a Google search:


    Try to verify that the file has been successfully uploaded. This might just be an inconsequential error.
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  3. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Well-Known Member

    I found out that cyberduck doesn't load HIDDEN files such as the htaccess files. I was trying to use it in place of WinScp (which is windows only) and just could not find a suitable replacement in cyberduck. Not sure what to tell you but you may have to go to your file manager panel and load your files over again just to be sure you have them all.

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  4. RobParker

    RobParker Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys
  5. dutchbb

    dutchbb Well-Known Member

    Cyberduck gave me some issues too, needed to manually create a few new directories because they wouldn't upload.
  6. Crazyfruitbat

    Crazyfruitbat Well-Known Member

    I gather you guys are talking about the new PC version of cyberduck? I've been using the Mac version for years and really love it but the new PC version has so many bugs I have gone back to filezilla
  7. dutchbb

    dutchbb Well-Known Member

    Mac, but I've just upgraded today and problems seem to be gone now.
  8. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Well-Known Member

    Nope, I was using the Mac version and this was just in Dec. I was trying to go straight Mac and avoid dual boot, but that was the final straw. Couldn't find a way to make cyberduck to behave, so I dualbooted using boot camp and me and WinScp are happy as clams.
  9. Crazyfruitbat

    Crazyfruitbat Well-Known Member

    That's wierd - Ive never had an issue with cyberduck at all. glad you sorted it though
  10. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Well-Known Member

    Well, as in sorted it out, if you mean I figured it out, yes. Unfortunately I never made it work for me.
  11. RobParker

    RobParker Well-Known Member

    Sorry was talking about the mac version as well (didn't realise they'd realised a windows version).

    Will update and see if that helps

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