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Strange directory issue

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SonicE, May 30, 2008.

  1. SonicE

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    Hi all. I use Midnight Commander for browsing my server files via SSH. After the last cPanel update there is a strange issue with "public_html" and "public_ftp" directories on all sites. When I enter in one of this directories th MC displays an error:

    Warning: Cannot change to /home/siteuser/public_html.

    The problem is that there is a dot after this path. This happens only on public_html/* and public_ftp/* folders. Please see the attached image and I can record a small video - just let me know. Will appreciate all your help.

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    Can you perform the actions outside Midnight Commander?
     
  3. SonicE

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    Yes when I do cd /home/siteuser/public_html is seems to work fine. I think it's a MC issue but I'm 100% sure.
     
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    All this happens when I have a directory with an `underscore' in it,
    e.g., "my_ap", "public_html" etc (but for some others also), when I try to access them, I get an annoying "Warning: Cannot change to ..." in the command line, although it does change the directory. Can some one point me to any kind of MC pach or a new version. As I read in some posts found from google there seems to be a breakage on the newer glibc.
     
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