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  • #46237
    Sara Taylor

    I was able to connect previously, have since then changed locations, and can no longer connect.

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  • #46341

    Hi Sara,

    Can you log into the sandbox via the console and then run an ifconfig -all
    Does it give you a valid IP address?



    Cheryle Custer

    Upon each startup, the Sandbox attempts to pull the most current tutorial content from GitHub. If GitHub is down, or a firewall prevents you from accessing GitHub, you may experience the 404 error. Please try disconnecting from the internet (both wired and wireless) and reboot the Sandbox to see if that solves the issue.

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