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I actually had the same problem. 1.2.x (1.2.6 and one other version of
1.2.x that I had on an older server) would give a 450 response for an NLST
on an empty directory, and 1.3.0, 1.3.1rc1 and 1.3.1rc2 all gave a 200
series response. (Probably 226 as listed in Dariusz's remarks.) I have a
developer who was relying on that 450 response in his application to tell
him that the directory was empty, even though the 450 response does not
appear to be part of the RFC standards for FTP. (Unless I'm mistaken.)

I was just about to downgrade to 1.2 because of this and another issue
with hostname mismatches on people trying to FTP in when they are on a
small network with a cable modem/dsl connection to the Internet. (We
won't get into that here.)


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Bryan Rain
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(614) 283-6190 - Desk



TJ Saunders
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I suggest you try one of the proftpd-1.3.1 RC releases.

TJ

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I actually had the same problem.  1.2.x
 (1.2.6 and one other version of 1.2.x that I had on an older server)
would give a 450 response for an NLST on an empty directory, and 1.3.0,
1.3.1rc1 and 1.3.1rc2 all gave a 200 series response.  (Probably 226
as listed in Dariusz's remarks.)  I have a developer who was relying
on that 450 response in his application to tell him that the directory
was empty, even though the 450 response does not appear to be part of the
RFC standards for FTP.  (Unless I'm mistaken.)




I was just about to downgrade to 1.2
because of this and another issue with hostname mismatches on people trying
to FTP in when they are on a small network with a cable modem/dsl connection
to the Internet.  (We won't get into that here.)






------------------------------

Bryan Rain

Unix Engineer - Abercrombie & Fitch

(614) 283-6190 - Desk









TJ Saunders <tj@castaglia.org>


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>  It looks like 1.3.0 is causing 0-byte tcp connections here,
which tend to

> get blocked...



I suggest you try one of the proftpd-1.3.1 RC releases.



TJ



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