Question: Connection refused to local ftp connection
After a while, I'd open Cyberduck to configure permissions of some new folders inside my local Apache server, where I build my websites. This is necessary when I create the folders by finder, instead ftp client, php, etc.. But Cyberduck told me: Network Error: Connection failed, connection refused.
The only things I remember heaving change recently are the external router (Linksys by Cisco WRT54GH-BR) and configuring php error messages to a develop profile (more error messages), the rest still remains the same at Snow Leopard.
I'm trying somethings like proxy configuration (automatic), but this is not exactly my area. I cannot say even if FTP server is running... But I suspect from external router, don't know why...
Any ideas are welcome, like how configure permissions without Cyberduck!
MacMini Core 2 Duo, Mac OS X (10.5.8), 2,5 MB RAM