Originally Posted by till
Never seen this error. The problem might be realted to the ftp daemon, the firewall or the ftp client. You should enable debugging in the ftp daemon to see whats happening, disable temporarily afirewall if you use one and try to use a different FTP client.
We have firewall of front in our network, so we do not have the "software based firewall".
FTP, we have tried more than 4 diff. clients and its the same..
I have tryed to use this command: echo "yes" > /etc/pure-ftpd/conf/DisplayDotFiles
Then the ftp client can see .htaccess file in the folder and then the client CAN delete the folder without any problems.
Can this problem have anything with hiddenfiles?