now I can log in using ftp and can download file,but I can’t put file on,which option I should change?
Write permission on the directory maybe?
how to check the Write permission on the directory and change it
there 's no answer when I put the file on,i can see the filename with 0 byte.
try passive mode transfer
sorry,i can understand “passive mode transfer”,how to do?
try the command passive or if you are using a UI-based browser, look in the preferences/options where to set passive file transfer mode
i try to use passive mode by type “ftp -p ip”,the result is same,there 's no reply no warning message when i put the file on(i have to ctrl+c to stop it),but i can log in and download file from it.help me!!!
Is there enough space on the target?
Is the directory rwx? (ls -lsa .)
Do you have Read-Access to your local file?
What directory are you trying to upload to with which user?
1.it has enough space
2.the directory is rwx
3.I have Read-access to my local file
I try to upload to “/root”,I have try another directory,the result is same
What user are you trying to upload with? Create a local user and use his logindata.
It works fine on all boxes i set up till now.
hello micro, xuyong!
how was the problem?
I have the same problem now, how did you get along with it, can you tell how?
What error are you getting when you try to upload a file?
The things to check are:
- The login account on ftp has write access to the directory you are trying to upload to.
- If you are over writing an existing file, be warned that ftp will fail if that existing file is open by another user/process OR if that file is an executable that is currently running.