A few years ago (Gnome 2 I think) I was able to access my shell account on a remote computer via the 'Places' tab. Now, with 12.04, it seems the only way to do this is via the Remmina Remote Desktop Client. Unfortunately, I don't know all the info the program asks for. But I know the url of the remote computer, the protocol I want (ssh/sftp), my login name on the remote computer and the password. So I plug all that into Remmina and hit 'Connect', it asks for the password, which I type in correctly, there's a pause, then connection fails (error message says 'SSH password authentication failed: Access denied. Authentication that can continue: publickey,password,keyboard-interactive,hostbased'.
I can ssh/sftp to the remote computer via terminal, but I like dragging and dropping files from one computer to the other rather than typing in the terminal commands. If I can access the remote computer via terminal using just login name and password, why can't I with Remmina? How can I resolve this issue? The remote computer is running NetBSD if that's of any importance, I'm using Ubuntu 12.04.