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In vsftpd, the names in NLST output are always relative to the current working directory. I believe the point of this is that the FTP client can use NLST path output when implementing mget path-like client command. It can simply do RETR filepath for each line returned by NLST, without trying to understand the semantics of the remote paths. You have opposed ...


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There is a document from Microsoft dated in 2020 that sheds good light on this issue. Microsoft File, Folder naming conventions With respect in particular to using periods at the beginning of Files and Folders: 1] (you can) Use a period as a directory component in a path to represent the current directory, for example ".\temp.txt". For more ...


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This is often an encoding issue. So, know that in PowerShellv7, all cmdlets, as well as the redirection operator, use UTF8 text. However, not all things in Windows PowerShell will, but there is -Encoding. You can set UTF8 (or another encoding) as a default, by putting this: $PSDefaultParameterValues.Add('*:Encoding', 'UTF8') ... in your user-profiles and ...


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To execute commands on a remote server, you need a shell access. It seems that you do not have it (that's my understanding of yours "I need to SSH to my hosting... However, I'm unable to do that right now.") While you can execute shell commands in WinSCP, it needs the shell access for that in any case. So if you cannot "SSH to your hosting&...


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You can use Winscp Powershell assembly. Here is sample code to download all folders under /home/user $session.add_QueryReceived( { Write-Host "Error: $($.Message)" $.Continue() } ) $session.GetFiles("/home/user/*", "d:\download").Check() Link to Original code. https://winscp.net/eng/docs/...


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You can share the same Keepass database among multiple devices, but not directly within KeepassXC. The database is just a regular file that will need to be synced between the multiple devices through other means. I am currently syncing between several Linux computers and Android devices. I keep the file in sync by using a Nextcloud (https://www.nextcloud.com)...


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Just in case someone else comes across this. I had a user come to me asking for help downloading a file using a FTP link in Chrome. Turns out that Chrome removed FTP support recently. You can re-enable it like they did above if you have version 88 or earlier. Version 89 slated for Q1 of 2021 is expected to remove all FTP code so you will no longer be able to ...


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