Putty & Filezilla not working on my droplet.

October 16, 2014 1.2k views


I haven't really used my droplet in a while I was just using it to host college projects and stuff for my lecturers. I have not really logged into the droplet using putty or filezilla since may or so. But I wiped my droplet today. I set up a user account using the built in command console but when trying to access FTP it just keeps saying connection timed out, Could not connect to server, same thing for putty. I checked that SSH was running fine and it was. But checking the iptables it came up with this iptables. Does anyone have any advice for me?


1 Answer

You need to install the kernel that you're running on your droplet:

sudo yum install "kernel-devel-uname-r == $(uname -r)"

and then reboot your droplet.

Let me know if that works! :)

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