Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 69252
gftp won't accept user@host NOAUTH
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:44:18 EDT
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Description of problem:
When trying to use gftp with my proxy (user@host NOAUTH), gftp seems to add
several superfluous lines after I click OK. If I try to use gftp to connect to
an ftp server, I get this error:
Error 500 unknown command.
Checking ~/.gftp/gftprc shows that the proxy line contains extra options such as:
proxy_config=USER %hu@%hh%nPASS %hp%nUSER %hu@%hh%nPASS
If I shut down gftp and remove the extraneous characters in the config file, it
Also, the Bookmark for Red Hat Rawhide should be fixed to point to rawhide
(/pub/redhat/linux/rawhide), instead of the top level directory.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start gftp
2. FTP->Options->FTP tab
3. Enter proxy name/port and choose user@host NOAUTH under proxy server type
4. Try to connect to an ftp server
Actual Results: 230 Login successful. Have fun.
500 Unknown command.
Disconnecting from site rawhide.redhat.com
Expected Results: It should allow one to connect to ftp servers using a proxy.
Should try this with 2.0.13 (just built, should appear in rawhide soon)
and see if it still occurs.
I just tried it on Limbo2 (gftp-2.0.13-2) and it has the same problem. I set
the proxy, and click OK. When I return to the options, the proxy auth is set to
custom, and the user@host NOAUTH lines are repeated several times. Changing it
from custom to user@host NOAUTH does not change anything.
This still occurs with (null), gftp-2.0.13-4.
This appears to be working in Phoebe.