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Re: config.php:

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Re: config.php:

martin wrote:

Do you want to download it?
Note that Windows does not allow : in file name.
But anyway, WinSCP should replace the : automatically on download.

Yes, and it is a Linux file...
I use WinSCP mainly to copy files from my Linux Server to the desktop.



I cannot copy or move a file named (for example) config.php:
(no the : is no mistake)

WinScp won't copy it.

Perhapps can someone tell me how to copy it.