I'm encountering a new issue on transfering files from my Windows 10 machine to a Linux server.
Here's what I do (in file tramp-debug-with-encoding.log) :
1. Launch emacs with :
C:\Users\gde3\Documents\emacs-26.2-x86_64\bin\runemacs -Q -l tramp -l tramp-sh
2. Execute the following:
(setq tramp-verbose 10)
(copy-file "c:/Users/gde3/Documents/GDE3-Widgets/widget-template-vue/dist/1.bundle.js" "/plink:nxuser@vdemopro892dsy:~/Documents/")
The copy fails with the base64 decoding failing.
I thought this could come from the bzip2 encoding from Windows to Linux. However, I think I eliminated this hypothesis by 1) bzipping, transferring and un-bzipping manually this very file over MobaXterm succesfully and 2) by completely deactivating compression with (setq tramp-inline-compress-start-size nil) and redoing the test. The transfer fails with the same error (file tramp-debug-without-encoding.log).
Do you have any idea what I should do next to try and resolve this issue?
The file 1.bundle.js is a 20MB minimified JS file.