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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby Greg » 20 Feb 2013, 11:46

apollomusicservice wrote:Why on Board index in topic "Stompbox Builder's FAQs & How To's" ,
everytime when you click on "last post" at right side, open topic is
"About to begin my first vero project, few Q's"?

Because the FAQ section has multiple sub-forums and then a main forum.
It's taking you to the last post in the main forum.
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby apollomusicservice » 20 Feb 2013, 12:09

Ok , I think it will be more useful to taking to you to last post,
no matter where the last post was in main forum or sub-forum.
It is not logical that the link take you to different place than what is written on the "last post".:hmmm:
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby modman » 20 Feb 2013, 16:40

Ok, fair enough, I will look into this problem when I have the time. Just wanted to say that the idea was never to have any posts in the main forum (at the level of the subcategories), just in the subcategories. Moreover, the section wasn't even intended for posting, but for archiving worthwhile reads.

At one point people started posting there questions there, because that is the only place you can start a new thread.

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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby square wave » 15 Apr 2013, 15:55

You can't manage displayed forums while using the 'subsilver2' board style. Clicking on the link gives a general error:
template->_tpl_load_file(): File ./styles/subsilver2/template/ucp_prefs_index.html does not exist or is empty

There is no error while using the default board style.
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby wake01 » 01 May 2013, 23:50

I've been having problems clicking to files linked to some projects. I get either a 403-Forbidden or a 404-Not Found error. All these files are listed at freestompboxes.org, they are not off-site links.

Example:
http://freestompboxes.org/members/bajam ... switch.png
http://freestompboxes.org/members/souls ... 24-08b.gif
give 403 errors

http://freestompboxes.org/members/bajam ... ost%20Plus
gives a 404 error
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby rocklander » 01 May 2013, 23:59

first two work fine for me... the third fails with 404 for me too..
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby Greg » 02 May 2013, 01:07

rocklander wrote:first two work fine for me... the third fails with 404 for me too..

Same for me.
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby modman » 05 May 2013, 02:02

I'll check for the bajaman file still... have to get the disks out
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby mictester » 05 May 2013, 03:04

I'm getting repeated connection problems with your server. There are frequent periods of several minutes where it appears to have dropped off line, and trying a different routing (via an overseas proxy) gives the same results. Is the hosting a bit flaky?
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby rocklander » 05 May 2013, 04:59

no problems here on windows.. linux problem?
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby deltafred » 05 May 2013, 10:25

mictester wrote:I'm getting repeated connection problems with your server. There are frequent periods of several minutes where it appears to have dropped off line, and trying a different routing (via an overseas proxy) gives the same results. Is the hosting a bit flaky?

Same here, I was thinking that it is a UK routing problem, especially local to me as my connection in general has never been worse than it is now but I have had the same problem with Ebay for a couple of days.

Sites hosted in the USA seem to be no problem except when my flaky broadband connection is on a go slow, then nothing works reliably.

(I don't know enough about routing via other proxies to try it.)
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby mictester » 05 May 2013, 12:24

rocklander wrote:no problems here on windows.. linux problem?


Ha ha - since the whole internet relies on Linux for switching and routing, and every website (except a couple of Microsoft's own) uses Linux, it's probably just down to some Windows machines that are running a DOS attack on some co-hosted server!
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby modman » 05 May 2013, 18:33

I don't quite know what those meatballs did, they conferred with AT&T themselves and reported back to me: "You're site is blocked (sic!) now."
I'll check again with them tomorrow for a somewhat decent report on this matter
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby mictester » 05 May 2013, 21:08

It really looks like Binero.se is really suffering with malicious attacks - there are DDOS attacks happening daily. Have they pissed off the Scientologists? :wink:
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby rocklander » 05 May 2013, 21:23

mictester wrote:
rocklander wrote:no problems here on windows.. linux problem?


Ha ha - since the whole internet relies on Linux for switching and routing, and every website (except a couple of Microsoft's own) uses Linux, it's probably just down to some Windows machines that are running a DOS attack on some co-hosted server!



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Re: Report Forum problems here

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im having trouble accessing the forum. im in some sort of a proxy right now. couldnt log in, the website doesnt even load when im in "normal" browsing. what gives?
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby deltafred » 27 Jan 2014, 11:27

Threads in
"Board index ‹ Stompbox Building ‹ Build-Your-Own-Boutique-Pedal ‹ Project Debugging"
are not appearing in the "Active Topics" search. I noticed this today after replying to this post in link

Here's a link to my debug thread. Any help is appreciated.
viewtopic.php?f=58&t=23949

In this thread/post
viewtopic.php?f=20&t=23851#p234457
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby modman » 22 Feb 2014, 12:28

I think this is fixed now, thanks for notifying
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Re: Report Forum problems here

Postby monksy2 » 11 Jul 2014, 10:25

Hi, I keep getting logged out. I tick the "keep me logged in" box.
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Re: Report Forum problems here

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The keep me logged in box works fine, but it will depend on the cookie and security settings you have with your browser. If you have it set up so all cookies are deleted on exiting the browser then you'll have to log in every time. It could also be affected by any security addons or extensions you're running.
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