[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #5659: Cyberduck cause my computer to crash

Cyberduck trac at trac.cyberduck.ch
Wed Jan 19 18:51:49 CET 2011

#5659: Cyberduck cause my computer to crash
    Reporter:  alexpr   |       Owner:
        Type:  defect   |      Status:  closed
    Priority:  highest  |   Milestone:
   Component:  core     |     Version:  3.8.1
    Severity:  blocker  |  Resolution:  worksforme
    Keywords:           |    Platform:  Mac OS X 10.5
Architecture:  PPC      |

Comment (by alexpr):

 Its not coincidence, its your program. It works fine on my Intel comp >
 IMac. I remember your program caused my files to get corrupted everytime
 when i open a file on my server, where i sent a bug report on it and you
 guys fixed it and even posted it. Your program was known to cause files to
 get corrupted before. The G5 computer was working fine, never had a
 problem with it, until Cyberduck was installed (which was the first time
 ever that i tried it on a PPC). Then I bought a better hard drive with
 32bit cache, thinking it was a drive issue, installed my program,
 everything was fine for a week, then i installed Cyberduck and the same
 exact problem. The computer couldnt start because of the spotlight error.
 When I search the files that were repaired with Diskwarrior, CyberDuck was
 one of them. I believe your program corrupted a file for Spotlight which
 is needed to run Leopard. I asked someone else in the forum and he told me
 "yes, my computer gave me the error right after I installed Cyberduck, it
 was working fine before that".  Trust me, it's your program. The G5 is one
 of my computers that I only use for music, I only have 2 third parties
 running on the G5 which is Protools with some waves plugin and Reason with
 its refills, and they been working fine for years. And there's no way
 those programs are the type to cause file corruption like yours did a
 while back.

Ticket URL: <http://trac.cyberduck.ch/ticket/5659#comment:2>
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