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That was it, sorry I forgot to check the documentation.


Re: Remote timestamp off by an hour

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Remote timestamp off by an hour

I've tested this on a couple systems. Using the "Commander" Style interface timestamps show up as being an hour after they were really changed. If I log in with putty the files show to have the correct timestamp. I verified this on 3 linux servers.

Is this an option I can change somewhere, is it trying to account for daylight savings time? Any help would be appreciated.

Version: 4.2.3
Windows: XP Pro 32-Bit
Transfer Protocol: SFTP-3
Interface: Commander