#26 2018-01-29 19:04:38

conta
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Re: reinstalling os

It's the same, as curl -4 ifconfi.co shows.


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#27 2018-01-29 19:33:43

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Re: reinstalling os

I'm connecting to the same IP that SolusVM shows in my temporary serial console.

that wont be the right IP.


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#28 2018-01-29 19:36:05

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Re: reinstalling os

I just checked, i can connect to your VPS fine, you want IP ending .98 port 2421

I will resend you the email.


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#29 2018-01-29 19:40:47

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Re: reinstalling os

That is my ip: .98 and 2421. It's the same as I did with default install ;/ What I did the first time was to reinstall OS and went up in history of my command line.


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#30 2018-01-29 19:42:30

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Re: reinstalling os

Well, I don't know what to tell you, I can connect fine from here.


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#31 2018-01-30 00:10:51

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Re: reinstalling os

Fine here, too.

ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:fPRUJcpBjTvrfCWVAWaNWf/3YrfEqQCARbAJDlCKHtQ.

You need to use the high ports on IPv4, but can use the standard ports on your IPv6 after you setup at least one IP in SolusVM.


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#32 2018-01-30 07:45:11

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Re: reinstalling os

So, I did reinstall to the debian 9 iso and added openssh-server. Can't login with root, but I created another user and I can login with that user. Thanks for help, everyone.


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#33 2018-01-30 23:37:48

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conta wrote:

So, I did reinstall to the debian 9 iso and added openssh-server. Can't login with root, but I created another user and I can login with that user. Thanks for help, everyone.

RootLogin=without-password or "no" has been the default for quite awhile. We thought you were having a connectivity issue.  smile


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#34 2018-01-31 08:07:11

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Re: reinstalling os

I was trying with "yes" with same result. I bet it's something really stupid, but hard to say what ;]


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#35 2018-02-01 04:13:55

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Did you restart the sshd service after changing /etc/ssh/sshd_config?


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#36 2018-02-02 15:24:10

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Re: reinstalling os

Yeah sure, anyway I hadn't plan to use root, so I guess...


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#37 Today 09:11:43

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Re: reinstalling os

I dont seem to be able to find the reinstall option for the love of Christ.
I have an account with Inception and was trying to head for the "usual" place in the control panel but nada. Would anybody know where I took the wrong turn?

Thanks.

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