Cant see htacces files via FTP

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Cant see htacces files via FTP

Postby Repute Online Media » 20. November 2003 10:06

Hi ther i cant see htacces file via FTP whats the problem?
Im ussing Lampp 1.4 @ redhat 9.

Thnx,

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ftp server

Postby MAGnUm » 20. November 2003 18:54

many ftp servers do not recognize .htaccess, nor do they allow you to edit them. so basically you cant do it unless you telnet/ssh into your box then u cna edit all you want. in this case windows is better since most of the ftp servers will let u do whatever you want with a file as long as it has a .something in the file name.
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Postby Kristian Marcroft » 23. November 2003 09:07

Hi,

what FTP Client are you useing?
Not quite right MagNum...
It's a Client Side Problem.
you can restrict hiddenfiles on the Server too,
but it's not aktivated by Default.

It's the client side, that needs help...

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Cute ftp

Postby Repute Online Media » 23. November 2003 10:50

Im using Cut FTP pro 3

Thnx for tyour help!

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Postby Kristian Marcroft » 23. November 2003 10:58

Hi,

I went to google.de / com entered the following:
CuteFTP hidden files
and the 3rd link explains everything:
http://www.efficienthosting.co.uk/suppo ... tml#hidden

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Great it works

Postby Repute Online Media » 23. November 2003 11:12

Thnx dude it works!

Greets,

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oops

Postby MAGnUm » 22. January 2004 16:04

my mistake.
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Postby cornernote » 23. April 2004 01:18

Hello,

If you get Smart FTP (www.smartftp.com) you can see them. Best of all it's free!


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