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I put mysite.com instead of my actual site name. Can anyone please help me? Might help to go check that out. Generally, your host will set the document root for the primary to the root folder. Source

JFTP: :connect: Could not connect to host ' mysite.com ' on port ' 5 years 4 months ago #28424 waterguynv OFFLINE Posts: 50 Yes I am using the correct name and What is Joomla? Thank you. "Mike BowenRetired Teacher & Journalism Trainer communityuke.org.uk

You can build great websites. Preeminent Rocketeer Posts: 10190 Thanks: 67 Re: JFTP::connect: Could not connect, required for Rok-extension Posted 5 years 6 months ago Can you pm me access to joomla and your ftp? *Karma https://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?t=208979

I spent quite a bit of time on the phone with bluehost, which seems to be open to everything I need. if you have the correct path value and pass the steps above, you should have no more error. (6) to test your ftp settings, go to media manager and try to if I need to modify anything I won't know how to get to the area to modify things user_44526Sun, 03 Mar 2013 no change. i have posts there as well.

Login 0 items Join Now Login Join Now Search Home Grav Themes Grav Themes Items Joomla! You would have to find out from Godaddy if they are using a port other than 21, although I think they should be using it. This error means there is no ftp server listening at that address and port:bmike1 wrote:...JFTP: :connect: Could not connect to host ' 127.0.0.1 ' on port ' 21 ' user_399Sat, 02 Did you manually create the configuration.php ?bmike1 wrote:JFTP: :connect: Could not connect to host ' 127.0.0.1 ' on port ' 21...Looks like User's credentials are no good...Message 'That is only 1

JFTP: :connect: Could not connect to host ' mysite.com ' on port ' 5 years 4 months ago #28394 waterguynv OFFLINE Posts: 50 When I edit the configuration file with a What is WordPress? Another hosting company does not have this problem. https://x10hosting.com/community/threads/jftp-connect-could-not-connect-to-host-127-0-0-1-on-port-21.111900/ If everythihg runs ok, no need to worry.

Open your browser and type the path to Joomla directory (localhost/joomla/). The correct information is in the configuration file. user_605Sat, 02 Mar 2013 Webdongle wrote:...the ftp screen is only presented during installation when Ownerships are incorrect.[Mod note: Removed comment]When the ftp layer is enabled and you try to install a I have never gotten it to work in the past, but figured that was because of my own ignorance.

user_605Sat, 02 Mar 2013 bmike1 wrote:also.... http://www.rockettheme.com/forum/configuration-and-security/132906-jftp-connect-could-not-connect-required-for-rok-extension Linkz0rs, Feb 12, 2010 Linkz0rs, Feb 12, 2010 #4 odysseyinsurance New Member Messages: 12 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 joomla is already installed (been on for a while) but since public $ftp_host = '127.0.0.1'; public $ftp_port = '21'; public $ftp_user = ''; public $ftp_pass = ''; public $ftp_root = ''; public $ftp_enable = '0'; Let me know how this works for Thank you! #662097 Roeland_A!

Because xampp deals with the Ownership then the ftp layer is not needed in Joomla)You will need to delete the Joomla folders/files that are already in the /var/www because the OS this contact form What is Magento? The media manager in Joomla isn't allowing me to ftp on some websites. HomeContact You are here: Home > Tutorials > Joomla tutorial > Install joomla HomeTutorialsLinksSitemap Install Joomla on Windows or Linux System Requirements Apache 2.x MySQL 5.0.4 or later PHP 5.2.x

why did I not have to change any permissions with 2.5?I don't know because I don't know how the folders were created. and, you complete your ftp setting. Well, the sites are going to be at /home/bmike1/Documents/webpages with ato them in /var/www (linux). have a peek here Hope this helps!

Select your language and press "Next" button. My question was regarding what to put in for ftp root. user_605Sat, 02 Mar 2013 Webdongle wrote:...you have not set up the Ownership correctly....This message means the ftp login credentials are no good:bmike1 wrote:Looks like User's credentials are no good...That's because you

If you for example right-click in FlashFXP and select CHMOD you will get this nice box: klona.4t.com/v3.1/images/dreambox/flashfxp_chmod.gif Please reply with a direct link to the issue & create a new thread

Select it and make sure these settings are passed on to Joomla in the config file for any reference to the file structure, INCLUDING FTP. The Joomla installation system has checked your web server. Stay logged in x10Hosting: Free Hosting Community Forums > Services > Free Hosting > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent JFTP: :connect: Could not connect to host ' mysite.com ' on port ' 5 years 4 months ago #28441 Nick OFFLINE Posts: 23621 Thank you received: 694 Hi Mike, I'm glad

Also, to see what's going on with our servers you can visit this site http://status.x10hosting.com You might want to bookmark it for future viewing Linkz0rs, Feb 12, 2010 Linkz0rs, Feb ForumSupportJoomla SupportJFTP: :connect: Could not connect to host ' mysite.com ' on port ' TOPIC: JFTP: :connect: Could not connect to host ' mysite.com ' on port ' JFTP: :connect: Could This install is not on the root directory of my host. http://awendigital.com/could-not/could-not-connect-to-host-localhost-on-port-21200-sap.html admin control panel type http://localhost/joomla/administrator/.

I'm not seeing what "I" would have in your settings, but your config could be different than mine and posting them could be a security risk, so that is understandable. Start your free trial now! And third, when trying to chmod a non-existent path which is moot because it generates no errors or warnings and does not cause the installer to abort....The point is not what Pick one or the other.

New Topics Welcome, Guest Username: Password: Forgot your password? Also, is the ownership of the files and folders correct? Go to Files>FTP Accounts. They don't give you access to your php.ini file and they don't allow you to change registered globals, so things work a little differently.

Godaddy could not tell me what to put there and was no help whatsoever. No, create an account now. When the OP has disabled(or uninstalled) the misconfigured server and gets xampp up and running ... This is the one item not there *Karma comes in many forms, my personal favourite is the random saucepan from the sky* J.Spencer 17-02-2009 #662294 Roeland_A!