one thing that maybe could be an improvement was a field on the longIn page shoving the user whitch date the system recognices as the users last logIn. Eg a field that shows a confirmation of the logIn:
"Your last registrated logIn was: yy/mm/dd"
Perhaps you could consider something like that?
YES INDEED SO
I have been serious thorrough in this respect.
Every week -and i mean EVERY!! -i open the forum and browse around and read news and some of the topics on the board.
Eg i have been 'active'
NO -NOT SO-
Today i get a mail:
What is THAT about?!?
'Active' is NOT...
have you made a scan for errors?
If none is reported it could be less serious.
A solution fpr pc's is to install puppy-linux. You can find it on the net
Here is the whole packadge, including a good howto...
this week on bbc-click they showed an app that alows you to scan a soduku with iPhone cam, and the puzzle will be solved in sckds.. !
The problem with own apps is that someone has done it already.. and often better :/
You were propl sadly also too late
What happens when you try to log in
eg what error message do you get?
Have you tried to make a page in the public-folder and reference that page from a browser addres-field
Your page need to be in the right folder in the tree-structure
i think i remember that it is stated that you do not need to post once a month, you need to lock IN once a month?
In that light - so what if you never lock out..
The bottom line would be - You need to visit the forums once a month -right?
(now i posted this month.. :p)
i dont use the drive on a pc -its on a settopbox for tv-recording, so i cant change drivers, but depends on the firmware installed in the settopbox (mpeg4) - and thats kind of an other isue with video-recording. old hd recorders gave 'quality-option' settops does not - eg the...
@ Darkmere uhoh i have the direct oposite results in respect to 'slow' drives
if i record video on a NTFS stick, i cant use timeshift at all - if i use a fat32 stick timeshift is flawless, but significantly less can be recorded. -oc cause that can and will be HW dependend behavior
Thanks you essellar - very good explanation, i use usb as hd on a tv-set-top-box, and i surpose this mean that i will wear the drives out pretty fast - :/
I have had read errors and have to formate pretty often
I was told that formatting to FAT32 put less 'wear' on the drive than using NTFS...