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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Events and Unique Usernames
« on: February 20, 2012, 04:50:10 AM »
Ok I suppose I will just wait until HFS 3 comes out.

btw I love the simplicity and flexibility of your program.

Keep up the great work.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Events and Unique Usernames
« on: February 15, 2012, 12:52:21 AM »
Thanks for both of your input.

I guess I am not familiar enough with coding to know how to make what you gave as an example work. I tried what you have there and it seemed to do nothing.

Just a little more pushing in the right direction and it sounds like I should have something I can work with.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Events and Unique Usernames
« on: February 08, 2012, 05:28:23 AM »
Hello all,

So I have been looking into a method to notify me if a user logs into my server.

The best method to do this in my opinion would be to utilize the events triggers and output the username to a text file.

Then run a batch file that would email the info to myself.

Is this doable via the events log? If so I cant seem to find the triggers for the events window and then how could I output the unique username of who logged in to a text file? Perhaps a list to a text file?

Ex: larry,moe,curly,shemp,admin

Thanks for the help.

Bug reports / Re: Runtime error
« on: March 01, 2010, 07:17:34 AM »
ok nevermind its randomly working now

Bug reports / Runtime error
« on: March 01, 2010, 04:54:35 AM »
After switching from terayon to the imelange template HFS stopped responding and i make it exit

Now on boot I get the message: Runtime error 216 at 004046A2

I think if I could clear the settings that HFS has stored in the registry then i could start clean

HTML & templates / Re: Wake On Lan via a script?
« on: March 01, 2010, 04:16:57 AM »
hmm...somethings def wrong bc its waking on activity or maybe its a setting within windows thats causing this

HTML & templates / Re: Wake On Lan via a script?
« on: February 24, 2010, 06:49:35 AM »
zilexa, ive had no such problems with wake on lan...with this macro im doing essentially what that website did except without having to forward a port (as i mentioned previously my router blocked it anyway with the firewall on which is a no-go)

also the issue you were sounds like your computer was set to wake on activity which is different...wake on lan has to have a special magic packet sent that is basically the mac address repeated or something

read this...

i think its more bios related than windows 7/vista/xp etc related but still a place to start

again thanks for the help rejetto id rather have something like that instead of js... now i just need to figure out that whole combining with the iphone template and how to recognize the user agent of the sure youll hear more from me

HTML & templates / Re: Wake On Lan via a script?
« on: February 23, 2010, 04:15:03 AM »
just like when you clicked the link it would say

Please wait for the server to boot...5...4..3..2..1 and then load the servers page

should be pretty simple but html and macros are a stretch for js seems scary

HTML & templates / Re: Wake On Lan via a script?
« on: February 22, 2010, 10:54:06 PM »
now, my question is....can you maybe create a countdwon on the page that it generates? or perhaps a dialog box that counts down?

maybe also combining it so that i dont have several links cluttering things? like into one of the side frames on the teryaon skin?

ive uploaded a screen shot of my skin and intend to post the modified version once i get the way i like

thanks again for all of your help

HTML & templates / Re: Wake On Lan via a script?
« on: February 22, 2010, 10:41:42 PM »
awesome...thanks so much

you had a typo tho in yours...for future reference others can just cut and paste this


Wait until server wake-up
{.exec| rw.exe /m:0016e64520d6.}

#change the red text to your mac address, also rw.exe has to be in the same folder as hfs.exe


#then create a link somewhere you like with this text

<a href="http://%host%/~wakeup">Wake-Up Secondary Server</a>

#the 443 port is where the secondary server listens

#you would then need a link like

<a href="http://%host%:443/">Secondary Server</a>

#to visit the secondary server

HTML & templates / Re: Wake On Lan via a script?
« on: February 22, 2010, 05:11:33 AM »
ok i figured out what my problem was at first

i needed to close it with a .} instead of just }

this is what ive come up with

<a href="http://%host%:443" onclick="{.exec| rw.exe /m:0016e64520d6.}">Secondary Server</a>

however, it executes the macro on each load of the website which i would prefer not to happen

also ideally a dialog box popping up saying like wait 5 seconds would be nice

and what i eventually would like to do would be have it say

Secondary Server: Online or Offline....via some macro that queries the other computer to see if it is online with maybe another link that you would click to wake up the computer?

sorry for all the posts back to back

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