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In PHP, you have wrappers for ftp and ftps to allow you access files on an FTP using fopen.
I want to use the wrapper to download a file as a stream.
My simplified code:
Warning: fopen(ftp://. @server.com/directory-with-dash/file.mp3): failed to open stream: FTP server reports 550 /directory-with-dash/file.mp3: The system cannot find the path specified. in /var/www/ftp.php on line 4
- The same url works fine when used with wget on the same machine.
- Using PHP’s FTP extension to download files works fine
- FTP server responds with 220 Microsoft FTP Service and 215 Windows_NT
- FTP server can handle passive mode
- Using filesize($url); results in Warning: filesize(): stat failed for.
- allow_url_fopen setting is On
- The same code worked fine against a different FTP-server, 215 UNIX Type: L8
What might be causing the problem?
I have noticed that the Microsoft FTP Service doesn’t place you in the root folder when you connect to the FTP, but in a subfolder:
This subfolder must not be in the URL when you use wget or a web browser:
I have tried both urls in the PHP-code, but I get the same error still. (I typed it wrong)
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I’m trying to copy a website using the ftp connection. Some files fail to arive to my computer. They seems to exist on the server but i can’t copy them. It is about some html and php files. When I try to read them i get a ‘550 failed to open file error’. Same 550 error appears when i try to delete it using my ftp connection.
The real problem is not about the fact that I can’t copy those files. The problem is that an antivirus consider my website as infected and blocks the acces to it. I’ve copyied the same website to another server and it is not blocked. Also, when the website runs from my localhost server, the antivirus doesn’t report any problem. Other websites from that server don’t have this problem. The only difference is those files that I can’t copy or view.