Posted: 2009-03-21 16:47
Using WinSCP I can not see all the directories on the remote Linux box, but I can see them all while logged in from the same user (not root) when I list them via PuTTY. Is there a way for me to see them all too in WinSCP? I'm using version 4.1.8.
Location: Prague, Czechia
Please post a full log file showing the problem. Also name the directories you are missing.
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Posted: 2009-03-25 10:01
Sorry, my mistake. I didn't realize that in WinSCP if I click near "Name" it sorts on the name and if I click near "Ext" it sorts on the extension. There's no vertical separator between "Name" and "Ext" so I assumed it was all one sorting option.
My other problem is that I was looking for a file, not a directory.
In WinSCP I was unknowingly sorting on extension, but I was comparing to a command line listing that sorts by name. I did not scroll down far enough in WinSCP in order to find the 'missing' item.
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