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Re: [gftp] Re: Settings question

On Tue, Jan 13, 2004 at 08:53:11AM -0800, Patrick Chan wrote:
> I've been getting the errors that Janyne posts as well. And I'm
> assuming that it's because gftp is trying to execute `sftp -e none
> ...yada', and my copy of sftp does not support sftp. This is the error
> I get:
> Running program sftp -e none -l XXXX -p 22 XXX.XX.XX.XXX -s sftp
> 3: Protocol Initialization
> There was an error initializing a SSH connection with the remote
> server. The error message from the remote server follows:
> sftp: illegal option -- e
> usage: sftp [-vC1] [-b batchfile] [-o option] [-s subsystem|path] [-B
> buffer_size]
>             [-F config] [-P direct server path] [-S program]
>             [user@]host[:file [file]]
> Disconnecting from site XXX.XX.XX.XXX
> I'm using gftp 2.0.16, from Debian pkgs, sarge. 

In the FTP->Options->SSH dialog, what do you have your ssh prog name set to? Do
you have sftp in there? If so, take that out! This is the full path to your ssh
binary. The only time you want to put a value in here is if the ssh binary is
not in your path.