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Bug#352962: ssh: scp fails to copy to IPv6 addresses like ::ffff:ac10:0101

Le mercredi 15 février 2006 15:14, vous avez écrit :
> scp -6 /etc/debian_version ::ffff:ac10:0101:/tmp
> cp: cannot create regular file ::ffff:ac10:0101:/tmp': No such file
> or directory
> Obviously the delimiter of IPv6 addresse clashes with the remote host
> remote pathname delimiter. In conjunction with option -6 the ssh
> remote delimiter should be switched over to :/, with the restriction
> to use absolute remote paths.

Nah. You should rather put the IPv6 address between brackets (as in HTTP 
URL, for instance). Not only does this works fine, but it is not 
ambiguous nor limited to absolute paths.


Rémi Denis-Courmont

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