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Re: Cannot connect to some hosts using tramp

From: Angus Comber
Subject: Re: Cannot connect to some hosts using tramp
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2014 09:49:23 +0100

I would really like to get this to work.

I have no special tramp config in my emacs file.  So I could play with
that.  I did have a go with various options but nothing seemed to work.

I am wondering if I need to set a default username in putty?  I have seen
notes on Pageant???  Maybe I need to configure or do something with that.

I am also on a fairly old version of emacs, 23.3.1, so I can try the latest
version.  I did try that too, and for some reason it looked like default
was to use FTP because I always so a message indicating FTP was being used.

And I am running Windows which probably doesn't help either, Windows 7.
 Can't do anything about that though.

Any suggestions as good places to start would be greatly appreciated.


On 15 April 2014 18:28, Michael Albinus <address@hidden> wrote:

> Angus Comber <address@hidden> writes:
> > Hi
> Hi Angus,
> > How do I find the tramp log. *Messages* buffer contents:
> >
> > 6
> > Loading tramp...done
> > Opening FTP connection to uk-rhel53qa32...
> >
> > That was after
> >
> > (setq tramp-verbose 6) c-x c-e
> >
> > c-x c-f /uk-rhel53qa32:myextract.txt
> >
> > Also tried:
> >
> > /acomber:uk-rhel53qa32:myextract.txt
> >
> > But same result.
> >
> > Just see Opening FTP connection to uk-rhel53qa32... - for a long long
> > long time
> Well, opening an FTQ connection might not be what you want. Do you have
> some Tramp settings in your .emacs, which makes ftp the default connection?
> What happens, if you open "/ssh:uk-rhel53qa32:myextract.txt" (I assume
> you want to use ssh)?
> And what do you want to get with "/acomber:uk-rhel53qa32:myextract.txt"?
> That's not a valid Tramp file name, I guess you mean
> "/ssh:address@hidden:myextract.txt".
> Best regards, Michael.

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