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mintUpload services from mint-space

Postby grimdestripador on Wed Sep 26, 2007 2:21 am

I signed up for a mint-space account and have had a look at the sourcecode and saw that it reads text files from /usr/lib/linuxmint/mintUpload/services folder. I changed the username and the pass to match my mint-space account. I tried using your domain, i tried using my domain.
What syntax to I type to access my mintspace storage.?

This is where i started from, what do I change to make it mint space friendly?
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eagle@tenor:/usr/lib/linuxmint/mintUpload/services$ cat Default
name=Default
host=linuxmint.com
user=xxx
pass=yyy
space=http://files.mint-space.com/getfreespace.php
url=http://files.mint-space.com/getfile,<TIMESTAMP>,<FILE>.html
maxsize=10000000
persistence=2
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Postby clem on Thu Sep 27, 2007 4:05 am

You should leave the Default file in there and revert your changes (sudo aptitude reinstall mintupload). This way you'll still have access to the free service.

To use your own account (I thought Michael would have sent you info on this...) you need to create a new file (let's call it mintSpace for instance) and put the following in it:

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name=Mint-Space
host=mint-space.com
user=YOURUSERNAME
pass=YOURPASSWORD
path=mintupload
space=http://customer.files.mint-space.com/getfreespace.php?account=YOURUSERNAME
url=http://customer.files.mint-space.com/getfile,<TIMESTAMP>,<FILE>,YOURUSERNAME.html
maxsize=1000000000
persistence=7


Clem
PS: I edited your post.. please don't post your username/password publicly...
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Postby grimdestripador on Thu Sep 27, 2007 8:43 pm

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