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apparently people have been having a ton of trouble getting FileZilla to make a connection by issuing the PORT command, so here’s the scoop on how to do it (per saved connection under “Site Manager”, FileZilla v.3.3.1).
* Open Site Manager
* Select the site in question that needs to connect with PORT command
* Choose the “Transfer Settings” Tab
* Under “Transfer Mode”, select the “Active” radio button option
* Save settings by Clicking the OK Button.
Congrats! – You connection will issue PORT command whence connecting.
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I have been using GotWebHost.com extensively for business and personal projects where I need groups of hosting products and I have come across this occasionally after installing WordPress using their automatied installatron application.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /home/bu8cjdk/domains/[Your-Domain]/public_html/wp-config.php on line 46
The problem is caused by the automated generation of the secure_auth _keys in WordPress’s config.php file. The algorithm allows for singe-quotes to be a part of the string unatrually breaking the process.
The fix is to edit the config.php file, identify where, on the indicated line, the random character string got stopped with a single quote and clear it up so that it is a natural PHP expression.
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