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Bug#69052: marked as done (scp doesn't recognize destination symlink as a directory)

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Package: ssh2
Version: 2.0.13-5.1

When copying a file to a remote location that is a symlink to another
directory, scp returns an error:

  dragon:~> scp file tolkien:~/tmp/
  bcwhite@tolkien's password: 
  warning: Destination file is not a directory.
  warning: Exiting.

Yet, on tolkien, we see:

  tolkien:~> ll -d tmp
  lrwxrwxrwx    1 bcwhite  precidia       16 May 31 14:36 tmp -> /var/tmp/bcwhite/

The latter "/var/tmp/bcwhite" does exist and is a directory.

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From: Bas Zoetekouw <bas@debian.org>
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Subject: Your ssh2 bug
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Ssh2 was removed from the Debian archive this morning.  It's
replacement, openssh (ssh package), does not seem to be affected
by this bug; therefore, I'm closing it.

Kind regards,
Bas Zoetekouw.

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