That is exactly what I needed to know!  When I set up the passwd for rd
FileZilla worked like a charm.  I rebooted the Appliance twice to make sure
there was no conflict and it still worked as before.
   This is a "learn how" set up.  I am called upon to the be the tech of
some 5 Rivendell units currently on air - but I have been in the Windows
world since DOS 2.  There are a number of others using FTP into those
systems for VT and the like.  I am still scared to poke around in the units
on air - but by getting my lab work done on this system I should be able to
work on the others.  Thanks again.
JWJ

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> From: Robert Jeffares <jeffares.rob...@gmail.com>
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> Subject: Re: [RDD] FTP set up using FileZilla into Appliance
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> Hi Jesse
>
> On the CentOS 6? Rivendell system set a password for rd in Users &
> Groups in the CentOS Menu System>Administration>Users 7 Groups.
>
> There is a default but better to use your own. Just overwrite the *****
> and click OK.
>
> In Filezilla use SFTP [ftp over ssh] which defaults to port 22. OK on
> the same network [ use port fowarding to connect from the WAN]
>
> ssh runs on Rivendell Appliance out of the box.
>
> "Normal" login allows you to configure user name and password
>
> In the 'Advanced' tab set your local and Rivendell directory. We have a
> directory on rd called dropbox so the path is '/home/rd/dropbox'
>
> There are some ready made directories on RD you can use as well.
>
> You can also map that dropbox or any of the rd directories as a mounted
> folder on your windows machine so you just save the audio files into the
> folder on your desktop [or wherever] The Rivendell appliance shares a
> bunch of directories with Samba by default. Use RDCATCH or the 'dropbox'
> feature to monitor for files you place in the mounted shared folder
> which saves having to Filezilla every time you record the weather. The
> installed folders are already set up. It's easy enough to add to the
> Samba shares. man Samba will provide all you need to know.
>
> Be aware that Samba shares have some file naming restrictions that
> should not bother you, and you may have to tweak permissions.
>
> I have such shared folder systems in a number of installations and they
> work fine.
>
> Filezilla is my #1 choice for remote access.
>
>
> regards
>
>
> Robert
>
>
> On 08/04/18 10:44, Jesse Jones wrote:
> > I am stumped at this point.? I am trying to set up FileZilla in a
> > Windows Machine to transfer audio files to my Rivendell Appliance (in
> > CentOS 6).
> > The Appliance sees the Windows Network, and will navigate inside the
> > Windows 10 Pro box.? But when I try to do a "quick connect" from the
> > FileZilla using the local IPv4 address of the Appliance, with rd as
> > the user and no password (since I understand rd is set up with no
> > password by the Appliance) and ports 21 or 22, I get an authorization
> > failure.
> > Do I set a password in CentOS 6 for rd?? Will that mess anything up in
> > the Appliance?? Is there a better way to set up the FileZilla Client
> > to get into Rivendell Appliance?
> > Jesse Jones in Blanket Texas
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> From: Gary Hodder <vk2...@vk2kcf.com>
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> On Sun, 2018-04-08 at 13:46 +1200, Robert Jeffares wrote:
> >     Hi Jesse
> >
> >     On the CentOS 6  Rivendell system set a password for rd in Users
> >       & Groups in the CentOS Menu System>Administration>Users
> >       7 Groups.
> >
> >     There is a default but better to use your own. Just overwrite the
> >       ***** and click OK.
> >
> >
> >
> >     In Filezilla use SFTP [ftp over ssh] which defaults to port 22.
> >       OK on the same network [ use port fowarding to connect from the
> >       WAN]
> >
> >     ssh runs on Rivendell Appliance out of the box.
> >
> >
> >
> >     "Normal" login allows you to configure user name and password
> >
> >     In the 'Advanced' tab set your local and Rivendell directory. We
> >       have a directory on rd called dropbox so the path is
> >       '/home/rd/dropbox'
> >
> >     There are some ready made directories on RD you can use as well.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >     You can also map that dropbox or any of the rd directories as a
> >       mounted folder on your windows machine so you just save the
> > audio
> >       files into the folder on your desktop [or wherever] The
> > Rivendell
> >       appliance shares a bunch of directories with Samba by default.
> > Use
> >       RDCATCH or the 'dropbox' feature to monitor for files you place
> > in
> >       the mounted shared folder which saves having to Filezilla every
> >       time you record the weather. The installed folders are already
> > set
> >       up. It's easy enough to add to the Samba shares. man Samba will
> >       provide all you need to know.
> >
> >     Be aware that Samba shares have some file naming restrictions
> >       that should not bother you, and you may have to tweak
> > permissions.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >     I have such shared folder systems in a number of installations
> >       and they work fine.
> >
> >     Filezilla is my #1 choice for remote access.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >     regards
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >     Robert
>
> You could also use a ftp server, some servers allow you to map a user
> to a directory other than the servers root directory.
> This user could be mapped to the dropbox directory.
> He did say using the local IPv4 address, so its on the internal
> network.
>
> Regards
> Gary.
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