Yes, I am using the ProFTPD's SFTP server, as it appears in the proftpd's
sftp.log when I try to connect. The problem is that when using FTP it ask
directly for the username and then the password but with the SFTP it just
uses the keys and the password. Even if I try to login with # sftp -P xx
firstname.lastname@example.org and the Galaxy user password, it doesn't work. So, I
don't know if it possible to connect with SFTP using the username and the
passwords from Galaxy. (I don't really have that much idea about ssh, sftp
or ftp, so sorry if this is a nonsense).
2015-09-08 20:27 GMT+02:00 Nate Coraor <n...@bx.psu.edu>:
> On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 2:05 PM, Jose Juan Almagro Armenteros <
> jjalma...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I am a bit stuck trying to set up a SFTP on my local Galaxy. I already
>> have an FTP server as described in the Galaxy wiki and in this post "
>> which works correctly with the user authentication.
>> The problem is that when I switched to SFTP (using some posts that
>> described how to do this on ProFTPD with mod_sftp.c), the user
>> authentication stopped working. I don't really know what specific
>> modifications should I do to the proftpd.conf file, which is the same as
>> the one in the wiki, to make it works.
>> I would really appreciate if you have any idea about how to change from
>> FTP to SFTP in Galaxy or if any of you have a config file working for SFTP.
> Hi Jose,
> Are you certain that when you're testing SFTP, you are using ProFTPD's
> SFTP server, and not an sftp service (i.e. via OpenSSH) already running on
> the system? One important distinction: SFTP and FTPS are not the same thing.
>> Thank you and best regards,
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