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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: August 15, 2014, 06:19:52 PM »
Okay, I set my modem to bridge and put ddwrt on my router (because the port forwarding was crap) and set my router's ddns up
SSL works now, but email still doesn't...

And I set the launcher to run as admin (forgot to do that)

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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: August 14, 2014, 10:39:47 PM »
okay, nevermind-

I had left email verification on and that caused it.

I'm trying to get that working right now
I get an "Email.exe[5096]: ERROR => ERROR => SMTP-AUTH: Authentication to localhost:4650 failed." message when I try to send a test email...
I actually had to use their IP instead of smtp.gmail.com for some odd reason to get around a previous issue.

I'm not sure if that's caused by Stunnel not starting with the server (I have to start it manually, and I also edited the conf to match the settings in FHFS/installvars)
The log looks like this if that means anything:

2014.08.14 18:27:04 LOG5[5816]: Configuration successful
2014.08.14 18:27:08 LOG5[3276]: Service [SMTP] accepted connection from 127.0.0.1:55129
2014.08.14 18:27:08 LOG6[3276]: s_connect: connecting 173.194.71.109:465
2014.08.14 18:27:08 LOG5[3276]: s_connect: connected 173.194.71.109:465
2014.08.14 18:27:08 LOG5[3276]: Service [SMTP] connected remote server from 127.0.0.1:55130
2014.08.14 18:27:08 LOG6[3276]: SSL connected: new session negotiated
2014.08.14 18:27:08 LOG6[3276]: Negotiated TLSv1/SSLv3 ciphersuite: ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA (256-bit encryption)
2014.08.14 18:27:08 LOG6[3276]: Compression: null, expansion: null
2014.08.14 18:27:09 LOG6[3276]: Read socket closed (readsocket)
2014.08.14 18:27:09 LOG6[3276]: SSL_shutdown successfully sent close_notify alert
2014.08.14 18:27:09 LOG6[3276]: SSL closed (SSL_read)
2014.08.14 18:27:09 LOG5[3276]: Connection closed: 81 byte(s) sent to SSL, 795 byte(s) sent to socket

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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: August 14, 2014, 10:31:17 PM »
okay, the issue doesn't seem to be quite fixed-

new users seem to get a 500 error...but now preregistered users can log in...
not sure if it's still the same issue, or if it is caused by something else.

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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: August 14, 2014, 08:13:30 PM »
I don't know either.
reinstalling FHFS has seemed to fix it, It's almost as if FHFS had "forgotten" where the folder was (for lack of a better term)

Either way, My problem seems to be fixed- thank you.

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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: August 06, 2014, 03:39:26 PM »
Yes, I am sure. The folder has been on the same drive ever since I installed FHFS.

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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: July 31, 2014, 04:24:44 AM »
Okay- I simply copied the hfs.ini from the old install to the new one.

got a barrage of filezilla errors and other various messages and all the users popped up.

Thank you, I was hoping to avoid having to reinstall (as now I have to set otherthings up again) but this seems to work.
I'm going to keep the old install (just not use it) just in case there is a way to fix without the need to redo everything..

thank you.

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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: July 31, 2014, 04:21:17 AM »
So I reinstalled FHFS.
While the issue is technically gone, all the user account info is gone.

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FHFS / Re: 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: July 31, 2014, 04:10:13 AM »
It had worked previously- for months.
It just decided to not work...I guess?

I can't really explain, last time I had something odd happen I simply over-wrote the install and had to have all the accounts re-registered.

I guess I'll move it to my C drive, it would make more sense (was just trying to avoid any permission issues with throwing things into the program files folder, since windows 8 seems to hate me more than 7 did)

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FHFS / 500 - This account is missing it's root file folder
« on: July 30, 2014, 09:56:48 PM »
I had launched FHFS and I got a message stating that it "Could not locate the root user files folder". (I honestly have no clue what I did...I have FHFS on it's own drive)

The user accounts are still listed in the gui, I just don't know how to set the folder back correctly.

thanks for any help (I looked, chances are I'll break more than I'll fix)

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FHFS / Re: modifying files for mobile viewing?
« on: May 21, 2014, 05:41:18 PM »
Since the p[ages are already there- I could possible strip the "fat" off, and shrink the width.
By template- I meant if the pages were formatted off of one file. or if they were all individually formated (from the looks of the code(that I barely understand), it seems to be the later)

I'm thinking of using newer smart phone displays as reference as they are becoming common place (I'm probably one of few without a cellular device at all)
I won't be worrying about feature-phone compatibility as those things can't do much on the web anyways.

I was planning to have separate static mobile variation of what is already in place- It seems that the FHFS website already works fine on iOS and Android, I would just need to pick away at things to make it...thinner...
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I'm probably way over my head with this...I have limited knowledge about such tasks- I actually was looking at W3schools as that is how I learned html4.1 originally...

I want to try to take a minimal approach to this to make it fit nicely.
I want to keep text a sparse as possible while still explaining decently, and to avoid centering everything as that would look awful.
I think I could have the logo on top-left, logon/register buttons to the top-right (on top one another), put the navbar below it rather than on top, make the font slightly larger, shrink the white border down within those buttons.

login prompt may need to be smaller...it looks like it would fit-

The file listing might need to lose a few features- Keep the most basic things towards the top (or represent them as icon on the right
So I would probably keep uploading, deleting, renaming, new folders, and other file actions at the top of side, and push actions that probably wouldn't be used as much to the bottom...just in case someone wants to do certain things...

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FHFS / modifying files for mobile viewing?
« on: May 20, 2014, 05:11:45 PM »
I am wondering if it is possible to edit this to fit within a small form factor-
Is there a single template that I would have to edit or would I have to do this all files individually?

I have to learn more html and css prior to editing it though, as I only know chunks of html 4.1 and only enough css to add a bgimage.

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FHFS / Re: FHFS having issues with special characters in file names
« on: May 09, 2014, 05:07:57 PM »
This is actually a big issue I'm having-
I use FHFS as a public server for some people...because it's the only thing I have found so far that works.

Most users look to be having an issue with unicode characters, most of them being japanese.
I Personally have no issues with file such as this, but others are when they try to re-download their files...odd

I have the PC set to japanese for non-unicode software, not sure if that does anything, I had it set like that for other software that requires the japanese locale to run...

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FHFS / Re: Passwords don't work under ftp?
« on: April 22, 2014, 10:26:02 PM »
OMG I AM A DUNCE!

User Error All The Way!!!

I hadn't realized that you had to enable it from the HTTP website!
My apologize.

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FHFS / Re: filezilla passwords don't work
« on: April 22, 2014, 10:17:56 PM »
I edited the topic...so stunnel can go pound salt...

I got firesilla working as a service and all, but passwords are still an issue.

Is there a probable cause in a setting or simply user error?

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FHFS / Passwords don't work under ftp?
« on: April 10, 2014, 05:39:34 PM »
EDIT: Rewrote the whole thing...

I am having a lot of difficulty with FTP- At first I couldn't get it to start (so I run it manually and installed the service :P)
I was able to log in through the anonymous user account (which I disabled as I didn't need it)

However, on the admin account AND any account created, the password doesn't work and I cannot for the life of me figure it out.

Thank for any help.

OS: Windows 8.1 x64 Pro

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