Build: Netscape Communicator 4.7, Mac OS 9.0 To reproduce: * Go to the above URL. What you should see: * welcome.msg * `Up to higher level directory' * a listing of the directory. What you actually see: * welcome.msg * `Up to higher level directory' * (after a timeout) nothing else. This has been happening for the past couple of weeks, and is making it rather difficult for me to access Mozilla builds.
Severity: major → minor
Doesn't work in a nightly Mozilla build either, though a dedicated FTP client works fine. Looks like a server problem.
Summary: ftp.mozilla.org isn't showing directory listings in 4.x → ftp.mozilla.org isn't showing directory listings
Looks like a client problem to me.
Does the ftp client work in passive mode? If not, it's probably a busted firewall somewhere.
Both passive and active ftp works fine for me. I think browser is passive by default.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
How can it be a client problem if it's working in neither 4.x nor Seamonkey?
Your network? I haven't been able to duplicate this problem anywhere (not in 4.76, nor AOL 6.0, nor ncftp (both passive/active ftp... haven't tried 6RTM yet).
Worked fine in N6RTM, too.
I am on a university network, behind a proxy which uses `radius authentication'. But other FTP sites (<ftp://ibiblio.org/pub/linux> for example) work just fine through this proxy.
Product: mozilla.org → mozilla.org Graveyard
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