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rejetto-crafted software / Re: http screen grabber
« on: August 09, 2009, 02:56:44 AM »
Use gif format.  You can add frames and save the gif, upload gif while saving frames, etc.

Everything else / Re: My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 23, 2007, 04:43:39 PM »
I'm just showing off what HFS can do. is run offa apache on offsite hosting. runs HFS and everything that's on that domain is hosted by HFS. is running abyss web server, but I want to configure another HFS to run at the same time.  If I can manage that, I'd be happy.

What I can't understand is why this thread has sucha hard time with the simple fact that I'm just trying to show what HFS can do... look at the template code.  That controls most everything on my site as a portal to all my content.  The tags processed internally by HFS are so versatile, I've barely started to scratch the surface of what HFS can really do.


Everything else / Re: My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 23, 2007, 12:03:50 AM »
They're all part of my network that runs offa this beat up old laptop, via HFS

Now hosting The Prodigy

Bug reports / Re: MD5 Checksum bug
« on: July 18, 2007, 05:53:00 AM »
yay!! now i can keep hosting stuff like
Code: [Select]
<html><title>The Price is Right - Mankind deserves…</title>
<style type="text/css">body {background: url( no-repeat top center fixed};
<body background="">
<img src="" alt="TPIR Mr. Barker"><br />
<EMBED src="" autostart=true hidden=true>

<font color=#ffffff>
<h3>Welcome to The Price Is Right!</h>
<p>Come on down to the longest running game show in television history, now in its 32nd season.<br />
The show is hosted by Bob Barker, winner of 12 Daytime Emmy awards.<br />

Premiere on CBS: September 4, 1972 <a href="" target="_blank">See the first big wheel

spin!</a><br />
Host: Bob Barker<br />
Produced By: TPIR, LLC<br />
Executive Producer: Bob Barker<br />
Producers: Roger Dobkowitz<br />
Associate Producer: Kathy Greco<br />
Director: Bart Eskander<br />
Associate Director: Fred Witten<br />
Music Director: Stanley Blits<br />
Theme: "The Price Is Right Theme" by Edd Kalehoff for Score Productions<br />
<a href="" target="_blank">Price FAQ</a><br />
<h3>Comments and <img src="" atl="ticket info" /><br /></h>
<p>To tell us what you think about the show, please call or write to us at the following address:<br />
Further Information: (323) 575-2458<br />
Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm (Monday - Friday)<br />
24 Hour Hotline: (323) 575-2449<br />
Group Tickets: (323) 575-2448<br />
Address:<br />
The Price is Right<br />
7800 Beverly Blvd.<br />
Los Angeles, CA 90036<br />
Maps: <a href="http
CBS Worldwide Inc., All Rights Reserved | Courtesy of help420me<br />
<a href="" target="_blank">Buy</a><a href=""

target="_blank"> the board game!</a><br />

;D that

Bug reports / Re: MD5 Checksum bug
« on: July 16, 2007, 04:43:53 AM »

Bug reports / Re: MD5 Checksum bug
« on: July 16, 2007, 04:10:46 AM »
an example:


another example:


Bug reports / MD5 Checksum bug
« on: July 16, 2007, 04:09:46 AM »
I just switched a large folder with a lot of subfolders and files into a real-folder in the HFS interface.  The program started generating md5 checksum files named .md5.  The thing was, it started creating a new file for each new file, eg somefile.md5 had a file named somefile.md5.md5 created, and then somefile.md5.md5.md5, and then... well, you get the picture.

The fingerprints option shows disabled and I don't use md5 checksum files through HFS.  This obviously filled my directories with worthless 32KB files (my cluster size) until I turned off and shutdown the server.

Any new information I get I'll post as I get it. ???


I now believe this to be a bug or lack of errortrap in the md5 checksum generation code.  Disabling md5 checksum generation for files ending in .md5 would fix this immediately.




The menu shows the function is Disabled, but there's a checkmark next to save new calculated fingerprints.  The filesize was set to 420.

I enabled fingerprints, cleared the checkmark, and reset the size to 0 to disable the function.

I searched for *.md5 on all my harddrives and deleted most of them, some i needed.

I'm back online now.

Everything else / Re: My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 16, 2007, 01:34:20 AM »
I posted the original post in the templates and websites section because i use many different templates in my websites.  Some are running on LAMP servers (linux, apache, mySQL, PHP) but my main site, is running HFS exclusively.

Everything else / Re: My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 15, 2007, 06:37:59 PM »
please download and look at my HFS template coding.  stop calling me a spammer.  stop saying what i'm doing is irrelivant to anything.  i've supported HFS and it's users for going on 4 years now with tech support, referrals, and cleaning up the wikis.  if you can't understand that i'm trying to show the capabilities of HFS by showing you the insides of my professionally created, maintained, and inudstry traversed websites, i can take my business elsewhere.

Abyss web server is excellent also, although HFS is my primary application.  If you're a LAMP/WAMP guy,  well... I'll just save those secrets for myself.

The websites are all hosted and served by me, the bouncers courtesy of my paid services at DynDNS, except Accurate Lenders which is my family owned Real-Estate Company on it's own privately hosted systems.  I still want to make a large donation to rejetto for his work and support of his excellent software.  I must say I don't feel welcome at all in these forums and for that, I'm deeply grieved.

Everything else / Re: My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 14, 2007, 07:49:29 PM »
I decided to post the list of my webhops, a service provided by

URL:                                         Hops To

I have provided all the information you need to develop a complex redundant network like one that i've constructed here.

Everything else / Re: My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 14, 2007, 07:40:32 PM »
linked is the code to the 2 separate templates and an online offsite version of the VFS.  this is in no way the default template.  where else better to put up an HFS template than posting it to this section and letting you pick apart my code??

template2 ( required for freeplay )

I'm currently working on an offsite hosted archive for remote serving through an HFS proxy.
For more info, please visit

All this is done using a single copy of HFS and a network of hops.  Enjoy :P

Everything else / My newly updated HFS powered website
« on: July 14, 2007, 08:36:29 AM »
just wanted to invite everyone over.  I'll make the vfs and tpl available for download in the morning.

the site is which is a mirror of


HTML & templates / Re: top hit list
« on: December 27, 2006, 11:19:06 AM »
my #1 downloaded file is
I invite you all to check it out.  I'm currently running 2 HFSs, 2 offsite hosts, a dns registration, and 3 registered domains to make this whole thing work.  I recently lost a pc and am working to get the data off the drive and incorporate this new content that i -=just-= finished into it.

index.html is your friend...

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D  ;) :D


rejetto-crafted software / Re: HSG 0.4 - New Features
« on: October 09, 2006, 07:53:58 AM »
I've tried using other programs to force it into the tray, but it's really complicated cuz those progs suck.  Have to play with dlls and too much wmi and api tooling.  A system tray function would be awesome.  Also, HSG makes the taskbar stay exposed when it's on auto-hide during a serve request, never let's go of focus.  Adding PNG in addition to jpg support would be good, only cuz not everyone can support png by default.


HTML & templates / Re: mp3 streamer
« on: October 08, 2006, 11:05:27 AM »
I've been doing this for awhile with HFS.  I made an M3U playlist that looks just like this:

and host the file on my HFS site.  User clicks the link, downloads the playlist, media player fires up, and starts getting the music from the hosts.  Nothin simpler.  I actually use the .pls format for my media player (XMPlay), but the formatting is exactly the same.  A link to some formats for reference.  I dunno if the first post was actually talking about streaming the actual MP3s using HFS, but I know my upload bandwidth sucks for sucha thing, especially with more than a few users.  I use offsite hosting and only host the smallest of files for the site with HFS, but still give directory access to the files I wanna share.

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