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WebOS key generation does not wok


Guy Paskar

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Hello,

 

I have followed the guide on 

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 and it worked well on the first time. after a while I could not connect to the TV anymore. I have deleted the TV from the device list and tried again and got "ares-novacom ERR! ares-novacom: Error: Failed to get ssh private key"

I reset the TV to original settings and tried again and still getting the same message. 

TV is connected via wifi keyserver is on dev mode is on.

I tried via cli, IDE and beanviser and nothing is working.

Please help me out here.

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Used to work straight forward and easy! Ive been trying all day today same steps, doesn't seem to work!

I always receive these two msgs 

please verify the properties of the target and also make sure the key server in developer mode app is on in tv

novacom ares novacom ERR! CLI: Failed to get ssh private key

Can you help?

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