puTTY?

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  1. moncai

    moncai New Member

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    Trying to use it, I open it then enter my ip address (192.168.0.4, that is correct right?) Then when I click open a window all black appears and I then get an error connection refused? what can I do?
  2. AlexRADL

    AlexRADL Retired Moderator

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    I also just got this error today. I am going to try something, I will let you know if it works.
  3. moncai

    moncai New Member

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    Thanks! The ip address is just what the ip is of the conenction you are using (Settings>Wi-fi>then the first box that says ip address) Really want to get my calendar working!
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    Collateral Active Member

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    Try using WS_FTP. You can get a free 30 Day trial. It is amazing at works well. Easy to use interface.
  5. moncai

    moncai New Member

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    I'm so confused I input EVERYTHING correctly ip address: 192.168.0.4 Name: root Password: alpine gives me an error why? All I want is a proper calendar!
  6. spagbol46

    spagbol46 New Member

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    try CuteFTP, it worked great for me when all the others failed.
    (Make sure you get the Professional version). This also seems to give you a lot more options than other FTP clients.
  7. moncai

    moncai New Member

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    'The connection failed due to an error or timeout.
    1) Please verify that the destination host name or IP address is correct.
    2) Increase the connection timeout threshold under Global Settings | Connection.
    3) Switch to the opposite data connection type (PASV or PORT) under Site Settings | Type tab.'
  8. moncai

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    Can I ge this straight. All I need to do is find out my ip enter it then enter root a username and password as alpine? Seems a bit simple?
  9. linds

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    make sure you're using the right port # .. it should be 22
  10. moncai

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    Yep I am, any news on a calander fix being put back in installer?

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