ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack: ssh

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ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack: ssh

Postby vollycreative » 11. July 2017 16:03

ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack: ssh not accessible

Everything was working fine, i tried to transfer some files into htpdocs and the transfer failed i restarted xampp and since then it come sup with this error ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack: ssh not accessible and will not start?

XMAPP VERSION 7.1.6.0

Please advise
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Re: ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack:

Postby Beltran » 11. July 2017 17:21

Hi,

We just released a new version, 7.1.7, that fixes an issue uncompressing files into the XAMPP-VM mounted folder. Could you remove the ~/.bitnami folder to remove the previous VM and download the new version? Please post if this new version works for you.
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Re: ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack:

Postby UNO » 19. July 2017 14:28

INFO: Starting "XAMPP" stack
ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack: ssh not accessible

XMAPP VERSION 7.1.7
OS macOS sierra 10.12
I don't find any ~/.bitnami folder to remove.Helping to get an answer .

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Re: ERROR: Error starting "XAMPP" stack: cannot start stack:

Postby Beltran » 21. July 2017 14:15

The folder is in your /Users/<name> folder but it is hidden. You can remove it from a Terminal
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rm -rf ~/.bitnami
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