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graverholt

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Cannot connect
Posted: 15-Jan-2019 05:23
 
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Jalbum refuses to connect.
Is this not a servername: linux91.unoeuro.com ?
JeffTucker

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 15-Jan-2019 12:59   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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You will have to contact your webhost about this. There are millions of servers in the world - we don't know the names of all of them, nor do we know how to connect to each of them.
graverholt

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 15-Jan-2019 18:41   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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But it's strange that I connect fine with my ftp programme
JeffTucker

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 15-Jan-2019 18:45   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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The jAlbum uploader is just an embedded FTP program. The same settings that work in something like FileZilla should work equally well in jAlbum. Make sure that they're the same, including host name, user name, password, and type of connection. For "type of connection," try each of them - one might work better than the others.

Also make sure that your firewall isn't blocking jalbum.exe.

(Thread moved to "Uploading albums.")
graverholt

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 15-Jan-2019 19:08   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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But earlier when I clicked transfer I was given the chance to change password etc. but now I am not anymore. Where can I change them then?
JeffTucker

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 15-Jan-2019 21:33   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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From the toolbar in jAlbum, choose Tools, Upload/Manage.
JeffTucker

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 15-Jan-2019 22:10   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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If this page is correct:

https://www.unoeuro.com/support/faq/ftp/255/

It seems to indicate that your host should be ftp.nielsgraverholt.dk, not linux91.unoeuro.com.

That page might be out of date. I don't know. But you need to ask your webhost, "In an FTP client program, what should I use for the host name and the user name?"
graverholt

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 16-Jan-2019 03:22   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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Now it says "Righ clich the folder that holds your site...."
Where do I do that?
I will soon go crazy
graverholt

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 16-Jan-2019 03:44   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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Now, when I choose "create album" it stops at the last picture and does not react when I click "open folder" or "transfer"

Edited by: graverholt on 16-Jan-2019 04:46
JeffTucker

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 16-Jan-2019 05:12   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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graverholt wrote:
Now it says "Righ clich the folder that holds your site...."
Where do I do that?

Choose Tools, Upload/Manage, then Connect to your web host. Now, you need to tell jAlbum which folder on the web host contains your site. It's probably public_html. Right-click on that folder, and choose Mark as web root. See screenshots.

This is something you need to do only once. jAlbum will remember it after that.
JeffTucker

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 16-Jan-2019 05:36   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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graverholt wrote:
Now, when I choose "create album" it stops at the last picture and does not react when I click "open folder" or "transfer"

When jAlbum is finished making the album, does it say "Done" in the window? See screenshot.

Can you preview it? You should always preview the album before uploading it, just to make sure that it looks the way you want it to. Uploading an album that isn't right is just a waste of time.
graverholt

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 17-Jan-2019 01:54   in response to: JeffTucker in response to: JeffTucker
 
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No. It just says "working on 16" in the left bottom, and if I click "Create album" or "Transfer", nothing happens.

Edited by: graverholt on 17-Jan-2019 01:56

Edited by: graverholt on 17-Jan-2019 01:57

Edited by: graverholt on 17-Jan-2019 01:58
graverholt

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 17-Jan-2019 02:12   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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What does "Right click the folder that holds your site..."?
JeffTucker

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Re: Cannot connect
Posted: 17-Jan-2019 03:46   in response to: graverholt in response to: graverholt
 
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graverholt wrote:
What does "Right click the folder that holds your site..."?

One more time....

  • Choose Tools, Upload/Manage.
  • Select the profile for your web host.
  • Click Connect.
  • Find public_html and right-click on it.
  • Choose Mark as web root.
  • Click Close.
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