[PC-BSD Testing] FISH protocol not working properly in Dolphin

Jeff dejamuse at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 16 01:34:34 PST 2012


Tested in Konqueror - same problem using split pane to copy a file connected with the fish protocol to remote server.  Cancelled the KDE Dolphin bug I filed.

After clicking "copy" in the pop-up dialog, I immediately get the "Connection is broken" error, but then I get a pop-up saying "Copying finished", yet only part of the file made it.

I copied a file of 34.8kb, but the resulting file showed 31.5kb.  Again, scp with the same file works fine.




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>I just tested this with the same connection and same SSH key using KDE 4.7.4 and Dolphin on Ubuntu 11.04 and it worked, so I'm wondering if this is maybe a problem with FreeBSD/PCBSD?
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>Copying the same file using scp in a terminal works fine, it's just in Dolphin using drag and drop from one pane to the next that it fails.
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>Is there an easy way to update to KDE 4.7.4?
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>How to troubleshoot this?
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>>I discovered a bug in Dolphin after upgrading from 8.1 to 9.
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>>I have been using Dolphin to connect to a remote server using the FISH protocol and a private SSH key with no problems, using KDE 4.4.5 on PCBSD 8.1.
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>>After upgrading, this stopped working properly - now a file transfer, or other operations on a remote file never complete, they get most of the way through and then fail with this error: 
>>"Connection to host 'xxx' is broken"
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>>Same problem when editing a remote file with a local editor.
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>>Minor file operations like rename, delete, etc. still work fine.
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>>I reported the bug here: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=293824
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