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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Build 198
« on: August 18, 2008, 11:03:18 AM »
This new build seems to have some file problems.  When this build is installed, the windows installer stops working.  A 'msi' file must be right clicked and 'install' must be clicked in the drop down menu.  Just clicking on any 'msi' files does nothing when build 198 is installed.  The problem goes away if HFS is uninstalled.

Another problem occurs when installing new software.  The 'msi' file ends up into the HFS files system as if I dragged it into the left HFS pane.  Files mysteriously end up in the HFS server by themselves.


When I uninstall HFS about 10 stacked windows pop up to save file system.  Cpu locks up.  Only way to fix is to use task manager to stop execution.  Task manager shows that program stopped responding.  This problem also occured in builds 195, 196 and now in 197.



Yes, the files and folders seem to display as the folder names are clicked  Thanks.

At this point I just don't have time to find the problem.  IE6 is widely used and will be for a long time.  I have IBM HTTP server which I don't have time to install and learn now, maybe in the fall.  So Rejetto I'm going have to bail on providing more time.  Good Luck with HFS.....

I tested all kinds of folders and they are not being displayed correctly.  Sometimes folders will display one level down but the problem of the blank screen occurs with all other files and folders.  I tried Mozilla browser and it works fine by displaying folders and files after being clicked.  I tried Windows folders like "program" files and they don't work either.  This is a IE6 problem and you may be able to compensate for what ever is causing the problem in IE6 but thats up to you.

I have had download problems from IE6 since I switched from IE5 to IE6 on FTP sites.  Some FTP sites state on their http front ends that IE6 won't work on their site at all and don't report bugs because they are not going to waste time to fix it.

Filezilla must have done something by accident because their server is compatable with IE6.  I have never had any noticeable problems with it in IE6..  I also could not get Microsoft FTP server to display correctly in IE6.

I am going to bail on this problem since I have no idea whats going on or do I have any repeated and tested changes that could have clues.



Yes, I can play with it but it might take some time.  I'll post back when I find something or not.



You may also be interested that I am testing this on 2 separate computers on the same network, one is win2k server and the other is win2k pro.  Both are using the same ver. of IE6.

Cleaned all temp files and problem same except:

I added another folder that has a bunch of other folders and files.  When I click on 'hampix' folder, files extract open as I think they should.

But if I click on 'admin' folder it still works as with old or new template.  I have deleted and recreated the admin folder 3 times and it behaves the same.

Hampix folder works ok.

I thought win2k server permissions might be causing problem but they are same as hampix folder which works ok.

I am stumpted.

New default file should be loaded.  I was saving the attached file as an html file instead of saving as "all files".  Added twice to HFS.  After opening, does HFS have to be restarted or something else refreshed, saved, or ?????????  I tried html again, and admin folder behave same.

I think I added the new template using the menu>html template>change file.

The new template was opened then box disappeared with no other input asked for.  I assume it was added.

The behavior of the html page is the same as before with the admin folder.

I noticed you tried it again.  Success or Not??????



HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: HFS doesn't recognize mapped network drive.
« on: August 11, 2008, 05:28:58 PM »
That is the problem, I can't add N:\ as a high level drive in 'add folders' because I can't see it.  Its not in the tree that shows a,c,d,e physical drives.

Also,  if I right click N:\ in my computer I don't get anything like 'add to hfs'.  I just get the usual stuff like explore, delet, rename, ect.....

Build is 195.  The HFS server is up and you can try it yourself.           this will get you the admin folder that has the behavior as described above.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: HFS doesn't recognize mapped network drive.
« on: August 11, 2008, 05:03:27 PM »
That's interesting!

I was using 'add folders'.  I tried adding the c:\ drive as a folder and it worked.  I was trying to add N: to do the same thing.  Is adding a drive letter as a folder legit syntax on HFS?

I just tried 'add files' and a different looking box poped up and the N:\ drive IS there.  I can add any or all the folders but I was trying to use N:\ as a high lever folder.


HFS ver is 2.3 beta.
Template is the default template that comes with HFS 2.3
Folder name was "admin" but changed it to "look" and behavior is same. Changed back to 'admin'.
URL fttp://  will show the admin folder.
URL fttp://  shows file.

Also,  using win 2k server.  IE6.0.2800.1106 

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: HFS doesn't recognize mapped network drive.
« on: August 11, 2008, 04:41:21 PM »
I am using 2.3 beta.  The N: mapped drive shows everywhere when the drive path is displayed as in My Computer, N: shows all contents when a shortcut on the desktop is clicked, and it works as expected when the N: drive is added to FZ ftp server.  I can see all physical drives (like a:, c:, d:, e: usb drives in the HFS driver path display when I click "add files from drive" box that HFS displays except the N: mapped drive doesn't show.  I also tried dragging the actual LX share name of the lx box that shows up in the HFS drive path listing under other network computers but the name will not stick into the HFS path box on the left side where folders and files normally show.



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