User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8b2) Gecko/20050610 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8b2) Gecko/20050610 I have a russian-named folder on ftp server on my computer. I see it correctly, but when i want to open it, Mozilla say: IIS 6.0 - 550 /"some anprinable chars": The system cannot find the file specified Serv-U 6.002 - 550 /"some anprinable chars": No such file or directory IE 6.0 sp1 open fine. I use XP sp2 with all latest updates. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Install ftp-server 2.In home directory create russian-named folder 3.In Mozilla open URL and see it correct, but when clik to open erorr displays Actual Results: IIS 6.0 - 550 /"some anprinable chars": The system cannot find the file specified Serv-U 6.002 - 550 /"some anprinable chars": No such file or directory Expected Results: Mozilla must open this folder
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Can you make an file named 'АБ' (Cyrillic capital letter A and Cyrillic capital letter Be)on your server and see what you get when you try to open it? I want to know what you get in the alert box including 4 digit numbers inside boxes.
Created attachment 198218 [details] error screen (open file with russian name "ABe"-"ÀÁ") Firefox 1.5 beta1 ftp server - proftpd. Mozilla 1.6 (Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; ru-RU; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040115) open this file.
Thanks for the screenshot, but I need to know two numbers inside boxes (next to what appears to be Latin letter ETH : U+00D0). Can you tell me what they are? I guess they're '008?' or '009x', but can't tell from the screenshot. Btw, it's likely that this is a dupe.
(In reply to comment #5) > Thanks for the screenshot, but I need to know two numbers inside boxes (next to I do not understand about what two numbers there is a speech... > what appears to be Latin letter ETH : U+00D0). Can you tell me what they are? > I guess they're '008?' or '009x', but can't tell from the screenshot. > > Btw, it's likely that this is a dupe. > Can be it will help? In an Mozilla address line at opening such file it is displayed "ftp://127.0.0.1/pub/test/%E1%E2"
The alert message in your screenshot reads '550 /pub/test/D[####]D[####] : No such file or directory' where I'm using 'D' in place of U+00D0 (Latin Capitale Letter Eth)and [####] in place of the box with a 4 digit number inside. Just help me be sure of what's going on, let me know what those two numbers are.
Has understood :) Unfortunately, I as do not see these figures. Too small font. How to increase a font in alert message I don't know. Most likely there 0090 and 0091.
And if file name is 'пя' (small russian 'abe'), alert string -- 'Ð°Ð±'
Thank you. Testing with Russian small letter 'a' and 'be' was a very good idea. It confirmed my guess. There appear to be two issues here. Do you have this same problem with firefox 1.0.x (rather than firefox 1.5beta or mozilla 1.8b?)?
> Do you have this > same problem with firefox 1.0.x (rather than firefox 1.5beta or mozilla 1.8b?)? No. Mozilla 1.6 & Firefox 1.02 successfully open such files and directories.
Thanks again. That probably means you can avoid the problem by setting 'network.standard-url.encode-utf8' to 'false'. Can you check that out? We should make ftp work regardless of that pref. entry (RFC 2640 : http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2640.html )
(In reply to comment #12) > Thanks again. That probably means you can avoid the problem by setting > 'network.standard-url.encode-utf8' to 'false'. Can you check that out? Yes, after setting 'network.standard-url.encode-utf8' to 'false', Firefox succesfully open this file.
Thanks again for testing. Bug 26767 is about RFC 2640. It's a long standing bug !! Bug 284474 is about the pref entry I asked you to check. Perhaps I have to give in in bug 284474 (at least for now...) because it's very unlikely that we can fix bug 26767 in time for firefox 1.5
mass reassigning to nobody.
Created attachment 325624 [details] [diff] [review] don't encode FTP URIs to UTF-8 The patch is similar to bug 311387 attachment 198798 [details] [diff] [review]. It might not be needed, because bug 26767 has a patch waiting for review. Since Firefox 3 has network.standard-url.encode-utf8 == true by default, this bug is probably about to get some more dupes. I propose changing the summary to something easier findable like: "non-ASCII special characters in URIs don't work with FTP (error code 550, umlauts, accents, cyrillic)", any objections?
(In reply to comment #20) > Created an attachment (id=325624) [details] > don't encode FTP URIs to UTF-8 Jan, are you going to ask review for your patch?
I prefer bug 427089's solution which doesn't require hardcoding protocol names in nsStandardURL.
firefox v 3.0.6 ftp url not supporting Cyrillic. Testing on 14 Russian ftp servers. fix it pls (:
firefox 3.6.3: still has the same issue with Cyrillic names in ftp urls - Opera, Ie8, Chrome all work fine with those urls, but firefox seems to be missing that functionality since 2005.
Found the solution: Change Edit - Preferences - Content - Fonts & Colors - Advanced - Character encoding - change it to UTF-8 I wander why FF doesn't have it set to UTF-8 by default.
Just ran into same behavior on FF 25.0.1 . - Yuri's suggestion works. If "fallback encoding" is set to UTF-8, folders are displayed as they should. I agree UTF-8 should be default there. Also, UTF-8 is, most probably, only default for ftp. - If "fallback encoding" is different from "UTF-8", switching page's encoding to UTF-8 via "View->Character Encoding" still results in described bug. So, bug is still there.
Actually comment #25 and following is the different problem from the original issue. Bug 427089 "fixed" the original issue and introduced the new issue. I backed out bug 427089 and landed bug 942791 to fix both problems.