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Old 05-03-2007, 09:07 AM   #1
vba_djs
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Question SBackup Destination Permissions


I am trying to configure the remote destination of SBackup using SSH with the following:

ssh://loginname:loginpassword@ipaddress/destination/

When I click the Test button, I receive the following message:
"The selected destination is not writtable with current permissions."

The permissions on destination are:
drwxrwxrwx root root

Both boxes are behind my firewall and both are running Ubuntu server 6.06.

Using loginname and loginpassword I am able to connect from the source server to the destination server via SSH in a terminal window and write files with the 'touch' command.

So it appears that SSH is working and that the permissions are properly set.

Any suggestions??

Thanks.
 
  


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