Hi again,

 

I forgot to mention that I am using rsyncrypto 1.06 (latest version now) and that my operating system is WinXP with the latest patches.

 

Hope this is all the required information….

 

Warm regards,

 

Jan

 


Van: jan [mailto:jan.alphenaar@dotcolour.com]
Verzonden: zondag 23 december 2007 22:04
Aan: 'rsyncrypto-devel@lists.sourceforge.net'
Onderwerp: Possibly rsyncrypto bug ??

 

Dear list,

 

I have this little problem with rsyncrypto right now, it is the following situation. I want to store my encrypted files, keys, certificate and rsyncrypto binaries on my D drive.

 

I only have the encrypted file “d:\test\EncFiles\routers pass.txt”, and no key file (so the certificate is used for decryption).

 

But when I am in c:\ (see the output below) rsyncrypto gives me an error message, indicating that it cannot do an mkdir ? Note that the directory “c:\test\ClearFiles” exists.

 

After jumping into “c:\test” it decrypts my file successfully.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Warm regards,

 

Jan

 

===== BEGIN OUTPUT =====

C:\>"d:\test\rsyncrypto\rsyncrypto.exe" -d "D:\test\EncFiles\routers pass.txt" "c:\test\ClearFiles\routers pass.txt" "D:\test\Keys\routers pass.txt" "D:\test\Certificate\cert.key"

mkdir failed(c:): Input/output error

 

C:\>cd test

 

C:\test>"d:\test\rsyncrypto\rsyncrypto.exe" -d "D:\test\EncFiles\routers pass.txt" "c:\test\ClearFiles\routers pass.txt" "D:\test\Keys\routers pass.txt" "D:\test\Certificate\cert.key"

 

C:\test>

 

===== END OUTPUT =====