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Re: Are these features used?

Reply #15

I figured, just putting it out there that the overall concept is worthwhile even if the current implementation was awful. If it were less awful it would be used more ;)

Re: Are these features used?

Reply #16

1. I've never used that.

2. I've used it once or twice so I would consider it vaguely useful. But given the security concerns raised above presumably it's better to axe it than to rework it into something safer. In any case I wouldn't miss it; there's a subtle distinction between that and finding something vaguely useful. ;)

Re: Are these features used?

Reply #17

Cool .. those items were removed!

There are still FTP functions available during a package install (a large update to those functions was done as well), BUT I'm still planning on doing additional changes so we have sftp / tls capable as well as ipv6, (neither work now).

Re: Are these features used?

Reply #18

Quote from: Spuds – ...
There are still FTP functions available during a package install (a large update to those functions was done as well), BUT I'm still planning on doing additional changes so we have sftp / tls capable as well as ipv6, (neither work now).
That sounds good to me. I set up a test server myself, which is only accessible via sftp, but does not have an ftp service installed.
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