• System down

    From Gert Koefoed Andersen@2:236/150 to All on Wed Mar 8 13:23:30 2006
    Hello out there!

    I will close my Fido and 2 linux mashines down in some hours in reason to move 2 hardisk from my fileserver to my linux fido pc.
    Wehen this is don will there been working on to setup af new better working system up to run so flesrever just is a backup mashine.

    Linux fido pc will then be setup to run as server for fid first as linux gen2ghz <==> XP for fido stuff in first and then to work as web for ftp and http runs.
    if things working here will there then been workng on to getting all fido runs moved torun fro linux pc.

    Take care

    Gert Andersen

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  • From Janis Kracht@1:261/38 to Gert Koefoed Andersen on Wed Mar 8 10:24:54 2006
    Hi Gert,

    Thanks for the note :)

    Good luck with the changes, I know sometimes they can be a pia :)

    Take care,
    Janis

    Hello out there!

    I will close my Fido and 2 linux mashines down in some hours in reason to move
    2 hardisk from my fileserver to my linux fido pc.
    Wehen this is don will there been working on to setup af new better working system up to run so flesrever just is a backup mashine.

    Linux fido pc will then be setup to run as server for fid first as linux gen2ghz <==> XP for fido stuff in first and then to work as web for ftp and http runs.
    if things working here will there then been workng on to getting all fido runs
    moved torun fro linux pc.

    Take care

    Gert Andersen

    -----> Supported by Gentoo Linux 2.6.11 as Server <---------
    -----> And Gentoo Linux as ftp router and router <-------

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  • From Gert Koefoed Andersen@2:236/150 to Janis Kracht on Wed Mar 8 19:10:44 2006
    Hello Janis.

    08 Mar 06 10:24, you wrote to me:

    It look like it workng again with the change for files working on from the gen2ghz pc.
    It is now just on to gatting the big 200G hd + 300G as usb to work fine on my gen2ghz pc.

    Thanks for the note :)

    Good luck with the changes, I know sometimes they can be a pia :)


    I will close my Fido and 2 linux mashines down in some hours in
    reason to move 2 hardisk from my fileserver to my linux fido pc.
    Wehen this is don will there been working on to setup af new better
    working system up to run so flesrever just is a backup mashine.

    Linux fido pc will then be setup to run as server for fid first as
    linux gen2ghz <==> XP for fido stuff in first and then to work as
    web for ftp and http runs. if things working here will there then
    been workng on to getting all fido runs moved torun fro linux pc.


    Gert

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  • From Lukas De Groen@2:280/1027 to Gert Koefoed Andersen on Sun Apr 9 16:06:10 2006
    Hello Gert.

    Recently you started hatching files with lowercase and uppercase characters. Can you please hatch files with for example only uppercase characters? All your hatched files go straight to the badtic directory of Mbse bbs.

    My Linux system is case sensitive. For example, Pasndiff.z97 is not the same as PASNDIFF.Z97
    The filename in the ticfile should match exactly to the real filename.

    Can you adopt your hatching style to the old one?

    Thank you,
    Lukas

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  • From Gert Koefoed Andersen@2:236/150 to Lukas De Groen on Mon Apr 10 00:19:12 2006
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    Hello Lukas!

    Apr 09 15:06 06, Lukas De Groen wrote to Gert Koefoed Andersen:
    09 Apr 06 15:06, Lukas De Groen wrote to Gert Koefoed Andersen:

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    Hello Gert.

    Recently you started hatching files with lowercase and uppercase
    characters.
    Can you please hatch files with for example only uppercase characters?
    All
    your hatched files go straight to the badtic directory of Mbse bbs.

    My Linux system is case sensitive. For example, Pasndiff.z97 is not
    the same
    as PASNDIFF.Z97
    The filename in the ticfile should match exactly to the real filename.

    Can you adopt your hatching style to the old one?

    The old style was hatch by Windows and the new ones by linux with lower case names and my system is new too case sentivive.

    Regards,
    Gert

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  • From Janis Kracht@1:261/38 to Lukas De Groen on Wed Apr 12 02:44:58 2006
    Hi Lukas,

    Recently you started hatching files with lowercase and uppercase characters. Can you please hatch files with for example only uppercase characters? All your hatched files go straight to the badtic directory of Mbse bbs.

    My Linux system is case sensitive. For example, Pasndiff.z97 is not the same as PASNDIFF.Z97
    The filename in the ticfile should match exactly to the real filename.

    Can you adopt your hatching style to the old one?

    I wrote a script to convert the filenames to uppercase for one of my downlinks who also ran MBSE and had the same problem as you have.. I'll try to find it.. it's here somewhere <bg>.. It took care of the problem for him at least (Phil Kimble)

    Take care,
    Janis

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    * Origin: Prism bbs (1:261/38)
  • From Gert Koefoed Andersen@2:236/150 to Janis Kracht on Wed Apr 12 22:58:06 2006
    Hello Janis.

    12 Apr 06 01:44, you wrote to Lukas De Groen:

    Hi Lukas,

    Recently you started hatching files with lowercase and uppercase
    characters. Can you please hatch files with for example only
    uppercase characters? All your hatched files go straight to the
    badtic directory of Mbse bbs.

    My Linux system is case sensitive. For example, Pasndiff.z97 is not
    the same as PASNDIFF.Z97 The filename in the ticfile should match
    exactly to the real filename.

    Can you adopt your hatching style to the old one?

    I wrote a script to convert the filenames to uppercase for one of my downlinks who also ran MBSE and had the same problem as you have..
    I'll try to find it.. it's here somewhere <bg>.. It took care of the problem for him at least (Phil Kimble)

    I know how sensetive linux stuff is so the pascalnet nodelist files is now back
    on the old style as PASNLIST PASNDIFF and PASPOINT as the was made by windows makenl so now do my maken linux the same.

    Gert

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  • From Lukas De Groen@2:280/1027 to Janis Kracht on Sat Apr 15 14:12:08 2006
    Hi Janis,

    I wrote a script to convert the filenames to uppercase for one of my downlinks who also ran MBSE and had the same problem as you have.. I'll try to find it.. it's here somewhere <bg>.. It took care of the problem for him at least (Phil Kimble)

    I don't know if that would solve the problem. If the ticfile mentions for example NoDELisT.z30 then the filename should be exactly the same. So Gert has
    to check if the real filename of the file he wishes to hatch is exactly the same as the filename information of the tic file.

    Can you do that Gert?

    Thank you,
    Lukas de Groen


    Greetings, Lukas De Groen
    email: lukas@dreamlandbbs.com

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  • From Gert Koefoed Andersen@2:236/150 to Lukas De Groen on Sat Apr 15 23:20:22 2006
    Hello Lukas De Groen!

    15 Apr 06 13:12, you wrote to Janis Kracht:

    I wrote a script to convert the filenames to uppercase for one of
    my downlinks who also ran MBSE and had the same problem as you
    have.. I'll try to find it.. it's here somewhere <bg>.. It took
    care of the problem for him at least (Phil Kimble)

    I don't know if that would solve the problem. If the ticfile mentions
    for example NoDELisT.z30 then the filename should be exactly the same.
    So Gert has to check if the real filename of the file he wishes to
    hatch is exactly the same as the filename information of the tic file.

    Can you do that Gert?

    If the file there is hatches is like PASNLIST.Z04 then should the tic file say the same as it is linux there has hatched the file and my husky soft user most to be case sencetive for use.

    Take care
    Gert Andersen

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    ------> And Gentoo Linux as ftp server and router :-) <------------
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