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I have uninstalled the extension and the software, deleted all the folders I could find and reinstalled.  Still won't connect.

Any other troubleshooting advice would be appreciated!
I know it's specific to my laptop. It works fine in all the VM's I use and on my Mac.
It works with Ubuntu, Lubuntu, and Mate 18.04, Fedora 28 & OpenSuse Tumbleweed in virtual machines, with same versions shown below.   ??


Enpass v5.6.8 installed via the repository.
Browser extension v5.5.2 from the Enpass extension page.
Firefox v59.02 64bit
Ubuntu v18.04 64bit

It also works with Chromium on this laptop.
About to do a browser refresh and see if that's it.
 

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It doesn't work for me too.

I've just setup a new machine and it doesn't work, for Frefox v59.0.2 and Opera 52.0

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Hey guys,

Sorry for the trouble you are going through.

Please let me know which Linux OS version are you using. Also, open Enpass, click on the browser extension and make sure that the Enpass browser extension is enabled, now run the following command in the terminal and share the output via support@enpass.io:

  • lsof -i:10391

10391 is the port number here.

If it shows no output (blank), please try with other port numbers between 10391 to 10395.

Your co-operation is highly appreciated.

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$ lsof -i:10391
COMMAND     PID  USER   FD   TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
Enpass    12223 vijas   27u  IPv4  48971      0t0  TCP ip6-localhost:10391 (LISTEN)
Enpass    12223 vijas   32u  IPv4  55682      0t0  TCP ip6-localhost:10391->ip6-localhost:45002 (ESTABLISHED)
EnpassHel 12254 vijas   19u  IPv4  54905      0t0  TCP ip6-localhost:45002->ip6-localhost:10391 (ESTABLISHED)

Not working for me too. Firefox 59.0.2 (64-bit) on Ubuntu.

 

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