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mintUpload 2 ftp config

Postby chameleon » Fri Jan 23, 2009 5:15 pm

I am trying to configure mintUpload 2 to upload to my server.

In,

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~/.linuxmint/mintUpload/services/


I have the text file,

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type=FTP
    name=My own FTP service
    host=myhost.com
    user=myusername
    pass=mypassword
    path=myuploads


Obviously, the above details have been replaced by mine.
I did create a folder on my server called 'myuploads' with write permissions.

When I upload a file, the progress bar gets to 99% and a message reports that the file has been uploaded.
I am unable to find the file anywhere on my server. :(

Any tips much appreciated.
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Re: mintUpload 2 ftp config

Postby chameleon » Sat Jan 24, 2009 1:07 pm

still no luck...any ideas welcome :(
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SOLVED-Re: mintUpload 2 ftp config

Postby chameleon » Sun Jan 25, 2009 8:23 am

This works;

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path=public_html/myuploads/


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Re: mintUpload 2 ftp config

Postby churchyard » Sun Jan 25, 2009 10:40 am

Hi guys, I'm trying to add URL to FTP service, but it doesn't work, what am I doing bad?

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type=FTP
name=Neverhood/files
host=*
user=*
pass=*
path=files
url=http://neverhood.etomite.cz/files/<FILE>

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Re: mintUpload 2 ftp config

Postby chameleon » Sun Jan 25, 2009 10:49 am

I think you have to input the 'absolute path' to 'files' on your server.
This will have the form,for example, 'public_html/' or 'www/' and don't forget the forward slashes (as above in my case)
You can often find this path from your FTP client.
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Re: mintUpload 2 ftp config

Postby churchyard » Sat Feb 28, 2009 7:21 am

No problem, this IS the absolute patch. I just want the aplication to return a link to that file.


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