|How can I disable SFTP? [message #638430]
||Thu, 11 November 2010 09:24
Originally posted by: use_my_alias_here.hotmail.com|
I'm using Remote System Explorer and CDT to do remote C++ debugging.
I use the latest Helios distribution.
The problem is that when I start up the remote debugging I get the
following error message:
"Failed to connect SFTP subsystem: Remote host may not have sftp-server
installed : java.io.IOException: Pipe closed"
I don't have any sftp-server on the remote target, and we can't install
How can I disable the SFTP functionality?
|Re: How can I disable SFTP? [message #639419 is a reply to message #638430]
||Tue, 16 November 2010 13:37
| Martin Oberhuber
Registered: July 2009
not having SFTP is a frequent problem, you may be interested in the "SCP
files subsystem" contribution that's upcoming this year:
Until this is available, as a user of "standard" RSE, you can do this:
1. Define your connection as connection type "UNIX"
2. As subsystems, choose
FTP-Files, SSH-Shells, DStore-Process, SSH-Terminals
3. Right-click NOT the connection but the SSH-Shells subsystem
- choose connect in the context menu.
As a programmer (extender) of RSE, you can define a System Type (e.g.
"SSH-Shellsonly") which only registers the Shells subsystem but no files
Note that in order to do remote c++ debugging, you'll have to "somehow"
get your files onto the remote.
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