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Old 23rd January 2012, 07:02 PM
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F16: SFTP goes blank when switching folders

Not sure how to word this particular issue, but I will do my best

I have a local server with openssh with sftp capabilities.
I set it up the same way my school has theirs

When I connect via nautlius in gnome 3,
it mounts perfectly and i can send and receive files.

However if I change the view back to my home dir and then back to the server, i can no longer see anything on the server. I have to unount and reconnect.
I have tried creating a bookmark and that too is blank.

Any idea what is causing this?
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Old 24th January 2012, 09:00 PM
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Re: F16: SFTP goes blank when switching folders

Just an update, I have tried using a sftp client and let it sit over night for 8 hours and then tried an upload in the morning and it kicked off so it is not timing out.

Not really sure what the issue is here.
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