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Hello,
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i'm using Debian Etch 4.0r0 (UTF8) with the proftpd package (version 1.3.0)=
.. FTP-Client is CuteFTP Professional and it works for me:
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PASV
227 Entering Passive Mode (IPADDRESS).
RETR =E4=E4.txt
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for =E4=E4.txt (535 bytes)
226 Transfer complete.
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PASV
227 Entering Passive Mode (IPADDRESS).
STOR =F6=F6.txt
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for =F6=F6.txt
226 Transfer complete
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proftpd -vv - ProFTPD Version: 1.3.0 (stable) - Scoreboard Version: 01040=
002 - Built: mar gen 2 10:57:47 CET 2007 - Module: mod_core.c - M=
odule: mod_xfer.c - Module: mod_auth_unix.c - Module: mod_auth_file=
..c - Module: mod_auth.c - Module: mod_ls.c - Module: mod_log.c =
- Module: mod_site.c - Module: mod_delay/0.5 - Module: mod_dso/=
0.4 - Module: mod_auth_pam.c - Module: mod_readme.c - Module: m=
od_cap/1.0 - Module: mod_ctrls/0.9.4
In my config i dont have any special setting to allow those filenames.
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> To: proftp-user@lists.sourceforge.net> From: hans@vallden.com> Date: Wed,=

3 Oct 2007 14:52:07 +0300> Subject: [Proftpd-user] non-ASCII characters in=
file and directory names> > Hi,> > > it seems proftpd doesn't like non-ASC=
II character names in file and > folder names names (1.3.0 running on OS X =
10.3.9). Any way around this?> > > PASV> 227 Entering Passive Mode (IP-ADDR=
ESS).> Making data connection to IP-ADDRESS port 61105> STOR =E4=E4.txt> 55=
0 =E4=E4.txt: Invalid argument> ABOR> 226 Abort successful> CWD =F6=F6> 550=
=F6=F6: No such file or directory> MKD =F6=F6> 550 =F6=F6: Invalid argumen=
t> > > > --> Hans Vallden> hans@vallden.com> skype: hans.vallden> > > > > -=
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Hello,

 

i'm using 333333>Debian Etch 4.0r0 (UTF8) with the proftpd package (version 1.3.0). F=
TP-Client is CuteFTP Professional and it works for me:


 
, Sans-serif" color=3D#333333>
PASV
33333>
227 Entering Passive Mode (IPADDRESS).
eva, Arial, Sans-serif" color=3D#333333>
RETR =E4=E4.txt

150 Openi=
ng ASCII mode data connection for =E4=E4.txt (535 bytes)


226 Trans=
fer complete.


&n=
bsp;

PASV
33333>
227 Entering Passive Mode (IPADDRESS).
eva, Arial, Sans-serif" color=3D#333333>
STOR =F6=F6.txt

150 Openi=
ng ASCII mode data connection for =F6=F6.txt


226 Trans=
fer complete


 

 

proftpd -vv
 - ProFTPD Version: 1.3.0 (stable=
)
 -   Scoreboard Version: 01040002
 - &nbsp=
; Built: mar gen 2 10:57:47 CET 2007
 -     Mod=
ule: mod_core.c
 -     Module: mod_xfer.c
&n=
bsp;-     Module: mod_auth_unix.c
 - &nbsp=
;   Module: mod_auth_file.c
 -     Mo=
dule: mod_auth.c
 -     Module: mod_ls.c
&nb=
sp;-     Module: mod_log.c
 -   =
  Module: mod_site.c
 -     Module: mod_de=
lay/0.5
 -     Module: mod_dso/0.4
 -&n=
bsp;    Module: mod_auth_pam.c
 -   &=
nbsp; Module: mod_readme.c
 -     Module: mod_c=
ap/1.0
 -     Module: mod_ctrls/0.9.4

>

In my config i dont have any special setting to allow=
those filenames.

 






> To: proftp-user@lists.sourceforge.net
> From: hans@vallden.com R>> Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2007 14:52:07 +0300
> Subject: [Proftpd-user]=
non-ASCII characters in file and directory names
>
> Hi,
&=
gt;
>
> it seems proftpd doesn't like non-ASCII character nam=
es in file and
> folder names names (1.3.0 running on OS X 10.3.9). =
Any way around this?
>
>
> PASV
> 227 Entering Pa=
ssive Mode (IP-ADDRESS).
> Making data connection to IP-ADDRESS port =
61105
> STOR =E4=E4.txt
> 550 =E4=E4.txt: Invalid argument
&=
gt; ABOR
> 226 Abort successful
> CWD =F6=F6
> 550 =F6=F6=
: No such file or directory
> MKD =F6=F6
> 550 =F6=F6: Invalid =
argument
>
>
>
> --
> Hans Vallden
>=
hans@vallden.com
> skype: hans.vallden
>
>
>
>>
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