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Re: ftp from Emacs

From: Alex
Subject: Re: ftp from Emacs
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 04:25:35 GMT
User-agent: KNode/0.6.1

Hi ken
I actually have this line in .netrc:
machine login myloginwith@sign password mypassword

but Emacs just picks default username which I run it
under telling me that .netrc "is not owned by you or
badly protected".I swear I gave it full access (777)
and it owned by user which runs Emacs.

When I change ange-ftp-default-user to my login name like:
(custom-declare-variable 'ange-ftp-default-user '"myusernamewith@sign" 

it actually picks it up and asks for a password, connects and then errors 
with ange-ftp-error: FTP Error: USER request failed: 500 AUTH not 
Here is ftp buffer log:

ftp> open
Connected to
220 ProFTPD FTP Server ready.
user "" Turtle Power!
500 AUTH not understood.
500 AUTH not understood.
KERBEROS_V4 rejected as an authentication type
ftp> 331 Password required for
230 User logged in.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

ken wrote:

> You are giving the username on the remote machine, the one with the file
> on it, right?
> Also, I've found it handy to use a ~/.netrc file-- emacs will/should
> know about it and use it.  More info at "man netrc".

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