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FileZilla Amikit

 
Author mamedio1
Partaker
#1 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 21:22 
Hey guys,
I'm wanting to access Amikit by PC via FileZilla and would like to know what the ID and Password to access, does anyone know?

Author Guest
Admin
#2 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 21:27 
What do you mean by "to access AmiKit" ?

Author mamedio1
Partaker
#3 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 21:33 
Log into it through Windows PC for file transfers.

Author Guest
Admin
#4 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 21:42 
By default you can access your PC drives from AmiKit desktop. You don't need any FilezĂ­lla. In AmiKit simply open WinDH_C and/or WinDH_D drive which represents your C: and/or D: drive on Windows.

Author mamedio1
Partaker
#5 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 22:05 
Sorry friend, I'm on Raspberry pi4, forgot to comment lol sorry. kkkkkkkk

Author AmiKit
Admin
#6 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 22:09 
On Raspberry Pi the root password is 'amikit' (without quotes) if that helps.

Author mamedio1
Partaker
#7 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 22:13 
didn't work, gives access denied.

Author AmiKit
Admin
#8 Posted: 8 Jul 2022 22:29 
Filezilla is for accessing FTP servers. If you have your own FTP server you can of course transfer files through it. AmiKit doesn't offer any FTP services, though.

Author mamedio1
Partaker
#9 Posted: 10 Jul 2022 03:18 
Hello Administrator,
Today Amikit linux asked to do a lot of updates but it is not working a screen appears saying «Failed to commit transaction» why is this happening?

Author mamedio2
Partaker
#10 Posted: 10 Jul 2022 03:30 
Preparing...
Synchronizing package databases...
Resolving dependencies...
Checking inter-conflicts...
Warning: dependency cycle detected:
Warning: harfbuzz will be installed before its freetype2 dependency
Warning: dependency cycle detected:
Warning: libglvnd will be installed before its mesa dependency
Warning: dependency cycle detected:
Warning: smbclient will be installed before its cifs-utils dependency
Resolving dependencies...
Checking inter-conflicts...
Checking keyring...
Downloading required keys...
Error: key «084A7FC0035B1D49» could not be looked up remotely
Error: required key missing from keyring
Failed to commit transaction

Author AmiKit
Admin
#11 Posted: 10 Jul 2022 08:22 
This issue normally happens because you've manually added, copied, or created a file. It can also happen when you install software using a downloaded executable, run a make install, or use a third-party package system such as conda. It also occurs when you install an AUR package which installs files that conflict with a repo package.

For more details and possible solution please refer to https://forum.manjaro.org/t/update-or-package-installation-returns-failed-to-commit-transaction-conflicting-files-filename-exists-in-filesystem/3598

Also please be advised that we provide support of AmiKit - that is the Amiga side of the thing, not the underlying Linux. By default, the Linux part is optimally configured for AmiKit and it works fine out of the box. Any additional changes you make to the Linux part, including updates, are on your own responsibility.

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