After successfully installing this plugin, I am able to activate it.
My problem occurs when I try to activate 'any' other plugin or when I try to do let's say an update on any plugin.
When I try to activate a plugin, I'm being prompted to enter in my credentials. I enter in the correct credentials (which are 100% accurate because I am able to login to both Dreamweaver and Transmit with these) yet I continue to receive the following error message:
There was an error connecting to the server, Please verify the settings are correct.
To make matters worse, I am stuck on this page. I can no longer access the main plugins, appearance, comments, tools, users, or settings panels. The URL remains stuck on this string "www.mydomainhere.com/wp-admin/themes.php?page=all-in-one-event-calendar-install-themes" (if I chose another plugin to activate, the string will be stuck on that).
I've had to dive into Transmit and delete all my plugins manually over an FTP client in order to get the login screen to disappear.
I also wanted to point out, that I'm working over a VPN. Does this effect anything?
Do I need to have anything installed on the server for this to work?
I have "phpseclib" in the "ssh-sftp-updater-support". Is there any permissions I need to set on the "ssh-sftp-updater-support" folder (or its subfolder, "phpseclib")?