kandi X-RAY | TinyFTP Summary
kandi X-RAY | TinyFTP Summary
android FTP server
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main entry point
- Converts the given file to a list of URLs
- Send a list string
- List directory
- Sets the type command
- Sends reply bytes
- Get the parameter from the input string
- Start the server
- Dispatches command from client
- Starts the passive mode
- Run CWD command
- Runs the size of the file
- Main loop
- Synchronize the current working directory
- Initialize the activity
- Runs the login command
- Send FEAT command
- Closes the server socket
- Starts listening on a free port
- Handles transfer
- Run user command
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TinyFTP Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on FTP
I'm trying to download a
.xlsx file from a ftp, and converting it to a
.json using XSLX module, and then writing it to a file. All this using Node.js
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-16 at 22:38
sheet_to_json requires a worksheet object, so you actually need to read the contents first, and then pass the desired worksheet
try reading the contents as a buffer, and then pass the desired sheet once the stream is finished:
I have a problem with trying to send files using a PHP FTP function.
I am attempting to send files (PDFs) from a webserver (UNIX) to a Windows server in an office using a PHP function running on the webserver. FTP has been installed on the Windows server.
The function connects to the office server and logs in ok. However, as soon as the function attempts to do anything (eg list the content of the office server directory) I get an error (such as...
ftp_nlist(): php_connect_nonb() failed: Operation now in progress (115)). The destination server logs an error:
[Administration Server] Couldn't bind on 192.168.1.1:14148. Reason: EADDRINUSE - Local address in use. Retrying in 1 seconds. I have tried looking these errors up but have ben unable to find anything that helps me.
The connection needs to be passive and from other answers in SO I believe that it is important to stop the passive mode using the wrong IP address. So that is in there now too (
ftp_set_option($ftp_conn, FTP_USEPASVADDRESS, false)) but I still get the same error.
I get the same problem when using an SSL or non-SSL connection.
I have managed to get a response to ftp_systype which tells me "UNIX".
Other people have talked on SO about intermittent problems that cause this error (eg "php_connect_nonb() failed: Operation now in progress (115)" happens intermittently) but for me it is a constant error. I have checked and the FTP server is set to return the external IP address when passive mode is established. I also understand that there were some issues in older versions of PHP. I have PHP v7.4 on the webserver.
I can connect (and copy files) without problems using Filezilla and WinSCP, just not when using the PHP function.
The PHP function contains:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-04 at 06:19
Make sure the hosting of your webserver allows outgoing FTP data connections.
FTP data connections (in the passive mode) need separate port range opened in the firewall, not just the control connection port 21.
See my article on FTP connection modes to details.
This is a code snippet.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 05:44
I think I got what you're trying to do. First of all, FTP doesn't itself let you use multiple connections simultaneously (For ref Uploading files in parallel with Java FTP client).
What you're doing is not thread-safe as well. So I advise you to make parallel connections and download from there.
I use Visual Studio Code and WinSCP. When I open .scss file via WinSCP the file is opened automatically by VSC – It's ok. There is an extension Live Sass Compiler to I could compile .scss into .css file. The problem is that .css file is created in temporary folder with random number so I always must upload the file manually by drag the file from the folder to FTP client.
Is it there any solution to upload the .css file automatically on save from the temporary folder? Thank you in advance for a help....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-10 at 13:38
- Download the files to a local folder.
- Have WinSCP monitor the folder and automatically upload any modifications (including new files).
- Edit the files locally (and have WinSCP upload the changes, including the generated files).
For your literal question, there's WinSCP feature request.
I have changed the user under the file /etc/php/7.3/fpm/pool.d/website-name.conf...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 00:43
Btw it looks like about user permission (not owned by fpm users), please take a look into the config files of nginx & php-fpm ( current example we used nginx) and the user is
Check your files / wordpress user permissions, make sure your wordpress user are
ubuntu(you can check with
ls -l), and make sure your file placed on user home directory :
/home/ftplatinopeeyush(or anywhere home directory and it was writable by the
/etc/nginx/nginx.confcheck the parameter
user, please make sure the user is
Is that possible to deploy the Laravel web application to shared hosting using GitHub Action & GitHub FTP Deploy? If possible how should I change the.github\workflows\master.yml?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-12 at 02:26
Looks like you're very close but are missing 2 important steps: set up a temporary PHP environment, and use that environment to install your dependencies (Composer).
GitHub Actions Setup
This guide assumes you have a working Laravel installation, a GitHub account, and a shared hosting account that you can access via FTP using a username/password.
I found this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNWIXYSZfZY helpful to get a basic understanding of how to deploy a simple application. To make this answer helpful to a wider range of people, I'll give a quick outline of my setup. There really aren't any Laravel specific steps.
Workflow directory set up
Create the directories
.github\workflows at the root of your project. In the
workflows directory, create a yml file named after the branch you want to push to your shared hosting account. Ex.
development.yml etc. If you only have a single branch then just create one file. The name is important and should match the name of the branch.
Design your workflow
This is very dependent on your project but assuming you have a basic Laravel application without the need for additional components such as Node, then this is a basic GitHub Action that works for me on a variety of projects.
Lines 1-4 say this will run each time we
push to the
I have an issue while connecting to a FTPS server with TLS/SSL Implicit encryption via PROXY.
I am following the custom Apache FTPS Client (commons-net-3.8.0) solution provided from Java FTPS client through HTTP proxy
My server connection is working, but unable to list or file transfer, getting below error:
425 Can't open data connection for transfer of ""
Data connection / File transfer is working fine from Windows WinSCP and Linux LFTP.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 15:21
I do not know your network/proxy setup, so I cannot really explain the behaviour of
FTPClient. Your server seems to return IP address of the proxy in the
PASV response. The default NAT resolver of
FTPClient decides that the address is wrong (is it a local network host address?) and choses to use original FTP server's address instead.
While WinSCP does not do that and connects to the IP that the server returned.
To avoid the NAT resolver from messing with the address, use
FTPClient.setPassiveNatWorkaround (though that's deprecated):
I have a remote FTP server where I want to upload new firmware images. When using the Linux
ftp client I can do this using
put the server then responds with status messages like:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-03 at 06:32
If you want to check the response programatically, check the result of
I was given some code of a previous intern and I'm supposed to find out what it does.
It is a snakemake pipeline that has a
my_pipeline.yaml file which is supposed to contain all the 'general packages needed for the pipeline'
The file looks like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-03 at 03:59
For Bioconda packages, it is usually better to look at the Bioconda Package Index rather than Anaconda Cloud (though admittedly the metadata here could be improved). Visiting the Bioconda pages for the perl-lwp-protocol-https and perl-net-ftp packages will lead to links to their respective upstream description pages.Bioconda Page Meta::CPAN Page perl-lwp-protocol-https LWP::Protocol::https perl-net-ftp Net::FTP
Broadly, these are Perl modules that implement functions to communicate with remote servers, which usually means downloading or uploading files in the context of a Perl script.
wget does not depend on Perl or those modules. So, it is still unclear the particular purpose of those. Maybe don't rule out the possibility that they aren't actually needed - sometimes people start writing things one way and then forget to remove components that they no longer require.
I want to put a file to FTP address automatically in a scheduler.
I have a JSON object so I can create an XML from this.
I can create a
xmlString with a code below.
I want to put the XML in the
xmlString to a file
abc.xml at an FTP address. How I can do it?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 13:12
If I understand your question correctly, you want to store a string to a file on an FTP server.
- Convert your string to an
How do I convert a String to an InputStream in Java?
- and then upload it:
Uploading byte array to FTP in Java
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You can use TinyFTP like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the TinyFTP component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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