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Re: Tramp ftp
Re: Tramp ftp
12 Jan 2006 13:11:33 +0200
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.4
Michael Albinus writes:
> Anakreon Mendis <address@hidden> writes:
> for better analysis, it would be helpful to know the Tramp and Emacs
> > I tried to open a remote file via ftp.
> > The url I used is:
> > /ftp:address@hidden:21:apache/www/index.php
> "/ftp:address@hidden:apache/www/index.php" should be the correct
> syntax (given that the directory "apache" is located at the FTP
> root). You can check it more simple with "/ftp:address@hidden:/".
I tried the second url you suggested.
It asks for password then in the input buffer is sugested
that I should use C-u M-x make-directory and the buffer
where dired would display the files is empty.
When I connect with cmd ftp all is fine except this:
If I call dir, folder apache is not displayed but
command cd apache is sucessfull.
The ftp server runs on NT computer.
> > I tried to uninstall tramp so ange-ftp will handle the
> > file.
> > This didn't work with an error message that a tramp file
> > was required.
> When Tramp is installed, it removes ange-ftp specific entries from
> `file-name-handler-alist'. This is not restored when Tramp is removed,
> so there are some problems, indeed.
Perhaps this should be concidered as a bug.
> > The question is:
> > 1:How can I solve this problem with tramp
> See above. Likely ports shouldn't be necessary.
> > 2:How can I convince emacs to use ange-ftp instead of tramp
> > for the file
> With the "ftp:" method, as you did. When you want to use only
> ange-ftp, you might put the following line into your .emacs:
> (setq tramp-default-method "ftp")
This is not a solution actiually.
I need tramp to connect to other servers via ssh
> Best regards, Michael.
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- Tramp ftp, Anakreon Mendis, 2006/01/11
- Re: Tramp ftp, Michael Albinus, 2006/01/11
- Re: Tramp ftp,
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