#97159 File release system issue


Hi Sourceforge Team!
I'm trying to upload a new file for the project
"cosmogonia", but after the correct ftp connection,
when i try to put the file, this happen:

ftp> put /mnt/test/cosmogonia.iso
local: /mnt/test/cosmogonia.iso remote:
227 Entering Passive Mode (66,35,250,221,232,172)
553 Could not create file.

could you give me a lttle suggestion?

many thanks!


  • Anonymous - 2006-01-09

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  • Anonymous - 2006-01-09
    • assigned_to: nobody --> zigler
    • summary: unable upload new release ftp --> File release system issue
  • Anonymous - 2006-01-11
    • milestone: 104417 --> Second Level Support
  • Anonymous - 2006-01-11
    • assigned_to: zigler --> xunil
  • Davide  Marchi

    Davide Marchi - 2006-01-12

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    in second stage,
    i've contacted my isp provider, and he has suggest me to use
    ftp active,
    i've make it, but nothing, the result is the same:

    553 Could not create file.


  • Robert Liesenfeld

    • status: open --> closed
  • Robert Liesenfeld

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    You're attempting to write to a path on the server that
    doesn't exist. There's two ways to fix this:

    1. Give the server a remote file name that does not contain
    a path. For example:
    ftp> put /mnt/test/cosmogonia.iso cosmogonia.iso

    2. Change to your local directory and then put the file.
    For example:
    ftp> lcd /mnt/test
    ftp> put cosmogonia.iso


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