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  1. Sorry but I don’t find any WordPress App. It seems that is not supported.
    Please could you verify ?

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      1. This is the list of Apps I have on https://koding.com/Apps :
        Phonegap, Laravel Installer, Ruby on Rails Installer, Django, Drupal, Dropbox, Game of Life, UML Generator, Numbers, Brackets, Julia
        No WordPress in Apps at all. Somewhere else ?

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    1. 40 minutes? Probably your VM shut off and you need to go restart it. If you’re on the free developer plan, it shuts off after 15 minutes of inactivity. If it stalls out or takes too long I would just start over.

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  2. Hi Sarah, thanks for writing this article! I’m the one who built the WordPress app and thought you would like to know that the WordPress app now installs pure-ftp for you :) Also, the DevTools app that you mentioned is used to build Koding apps, so if a user wants to modify a file, they should use Kodings IDE, instead of DevTools.

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  3. Henry Wright

    Koding is ideal for me when I’m working on my Chromebook. There’s one limitation I’m wondering how to overcome, and that’s FTP. The Filezilla client isn’t available on Chrome OS (yet). Any tips on which FTP client to use instead?

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      1. Henry Wright

        Thanks Sarah. The problem with my Chromebook isn’t so much how to connect to the VM’s FTP server, it’s more which FTP client to use. There doesn’t seem to be much choice. I’ll hunt around Google some more to see if anything is available (doesn’t seem to be anything at all that does the job after my first round of research)

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