I had a developer start an app and host it here and fail to deliver. I would like, however, to be able to download the droplet and the code I paid dearly for. how do I do that?
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You can use the 2nd method in following video to connect to your droplet and download the content. https://vpsfix.com/3034/connect-linux-vps-ssh-puttyfilezilla/
You’ll have to find where your app is located. If it’s a web app, common paths are,
But it can be anywhere. So it’ll help if you can get in touch the developer and ask them the location. If that’s not an option, may be you can get help here, https://vpsfix.us/fiverr/server-help
What you can do is enter your Droplet find the code and download it locally. You can do that with a bunch of tools from FileZilla(using FTP/SFTP) or with your terminal directly using scp/rscyng.
If you are not that familiar with a terminal, I’ll suggesting using FileZilla. DigitalOcean have some good tutorials on how to do just that:
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