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HI,ALL I am new ftputil user and I need help about something:
my prog:
import tkFileDialog
import ftputil
name=tkFileDial og.askopenfile( )
ftp=ftputil. FTPHost() #Please when you want try this prog use your ftp server nesto1=name.nam e
ftp.upload(nest o1,nesto1,'b')


Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<pyshell#6 >", line 1, in -toplevel-
ftp.upload(nest o1,nesto1,'b')
File "C:\Python24\li b\ftputil.py", line 463, in upload
self.__copy_fil e(source, target, mode, open, self.file)
File "C:\Python24\li b\ftputil.py", line 452, in
target = target_open(tar get, target_mode)
File "C:\Python24\li b\ftputil.py", line 282, in file
raise ftp_error.FTPIO Error("director y '%s' is not
accessible" %
FTPIOError: directory '/C:/Python24' is not accessible
THANKS!!!!!!!!! !!!!!

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