Cyberduck connection

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  • #4302
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    RetroMarine
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    My Cyberduck connection simply stopped connecting…for no reason at all that I can find. I changed nothing, my internet is good, Ethernet cable’s good, I double checked the name & password for both pi and root…it times out every time! The only thing I can think is that maybe it won’t connect if the sd card is at maximum capacity (which it was since I checked with df -h…it said 15gb out of 15gb 100%) Would that be a potential reason? Regardless, I’m reformatting the sd card and rewriting the image.

    #4311
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    kitchuk
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    Did you expand the file system in the raspi-config?

    #4312
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    kitchuk
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    Also I would highly recommend using winscp instead of cyberduck if your using a windows PC. It’s faster, easier to use and looks cleaner imo.

    #4322
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    RetroMarine
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    Yes I expanded the filesystem, and I also tried winscp…still no joy. I’m beginning to think my ethernet cable is jacked up

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    #4327
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    RetroMarine
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    Welp, I figured it out…apparently your inet address can magically change on you. I had no idea that could happen. I typed ifconfig just to make sure I had the right pi even though I was 99% sure I did and skadoosh: the last three digits changed.

    #4329
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    kitchuk
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    Good to hear it’s working again 🙂

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