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Turran 28 April 2016 19:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by chip (Post 1086375)
"Decide where it should go and post here =)"

What about uploader simply upload his material without telling you where to move it ?

Is that not allowed then ?


It does not matter now since everything is reverted.

My idea was that things, AFTER everything we have there now was sorted, if you upload stuff and don't tell anyone, it would be deleted after a set time or something.

The idea was that everything uploaded MUST be approved before it was made available by someone else. The approval in this case was to move it outside the ~Uploads folder either by me or a future FTP moderator.

Back to Dark Souls III for me =)

Arnie 28 April 2016 19:14

Yeah Relax mate, He can't own every piece of Amiga Software. His software is shite anyway. I heard he nearly had a sale once but it fell through because the P&P was more than the Software was worth :)

Amigajay 28 April 2016 19:25

I see what you are trying to do i principal its a good idea, i think some people like to have their own folder with stuff that people can access, for example my cd32 discs, if i update a pack i can personally delete the last version and upload the new, if everything got moved that wouldnt be possible, well not without pestering you everytime i wanted something moving and replacing.
Which fair enough you offer to do, but personally i think its great the way it is, its not messy imo, seperate folders in the upload folder seems pretty tidy to me!
Maybe give people who consistantly upload banned stuff to their folder a warning, 3 warnings and just ban their ip?
Anyway great job, hope you keep it as is, but upto you of course.

DamienD 28 April 2016 20:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by Turran (Post 1086373)
Their problem is that copyrighted material is being uploaded. The name has been quoted several times here already (every time I delete something).

Yes, I find it extremely silly to complain about old Amiga software that nobody is going to pay for anyway, but hes in his full right to complain and demand it to be removed.

Firstly; sorry if this post seems a little heated. It's definitely not directed at your Turran. I know we all really appreciate that you host this stuff for the good of the community :bowdown

Ok so...we all know who the person is. Grrrrr :banghead

He only comes on EAB to post news threads about a certain magazine that nobody gives a toss about :agree

I'm sure everyone knows not to upload any of his company's software; the EAB rules even had to be amended many moons ago as he kicked up such a fuss. Let's be honest; this is abided by but sometimes things slip through the net...

Ok, big deal. He PM's you and it's removed. No need for him to threaten legal action, blah, blah, blah... I mean; who does that?!?

Anyway, I don't see why everything needs to be changed though just because of some twat who seems to think that people will still buy his crappy games.

Turran 29 April 2016 12:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Amigajay (Post 1086380)
I see what you are trying to do i principal its a good idea, i think some people like to have their own folder with stuff that people can access, for example my cd32 discs, if i update a pack i can personally delete the last version and upload the new, if everything got moved that wouldnt be possible

Actually, there is a system in place for that but its only used for Retroplay at the moment and the \Commodore_Amiga\Retroplay directory. He has full access in there so he can update/delete/move it around.

If you want your CD32 disks in another location and have full access to that dir, we could solve that the same way =) If you're happy to just have your upload folder, as is, thats fine too of course.

Belgarath 02 May 2016 11:04

Is it possible I can get full access to the GameBase Amiga directory, as I'm quite often replacing files.

Turran 02 May 2016 12:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by Belgarath (Post 1086982)
Is it possible I can get full access to the GameBase Amiga directory, as I'm quite often replacing files.

Of course. Done =)

Belgarath 02 May 2016 13:12

Thank you but when I tried replacing games in the games O directory it said I didn't have upload rights.

Turran 02 May 2016 19:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by Belgarath (Post 1087007)
Thank you but when I tried replacing games in the games O directory it said I didn't have upload rights.

Inside /Commodore_Amiga/GameBase Amiga 2 ?
And be sure to login with Belgarath =)

Added overwrite permissions as well. Usually you delete the old files and put the new ones there, but give it another go.

Belgarath 02 May 2016 20:25

logged in as Belgarath but still can't overwrite or delete

Status: Starting upload of H:\AGES\Commodore\Amiga\Belgs GB Amiga\Games\O\Operation Stealth_Disk3.zip
Command: PASV
Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode (155,4,8,60,18,242)
Command: STOR Operation Stealth_Disk3.zip
Response: 553 Error: you have no upload rights for this directory!
Error: Critical file transfer error
Status: Deleting "/Commodore_Amiga/GameBase Amiga 2/Games/O/Operation Stealth_Disk1.zip"
Command: DELE Operation Stealth_Disk1.zip
Response: 550 Not allowed to delete here.

Turran 02 May 2016 23:16

May be the space in the path. Give it one more try for today please =)

Belgarath 03 May 2016 00:19

Works perfectly now, thank you :great

Arnie 22 May 2016 14:31

I'm having a problem logging into The EAB server through Filezilla. The mirror site works O.K though.

See attached pic.....

Belgarath 22 May 2016 14:51

According to that you're using a generic account and there's 20 people on already hence why you can't get on. Just tried using my own account and using filezilla and had no problem.

DamienD 22 May 2016 15:15

Yup, working here too Arnie.

As Belgo says; just use your actual account instead of a generic one ;)

Lonewolf10 22 May 2016 15:59

Great setup, but I just tried searching for "Green 5" and the results page had the old ugly EAB wibble-wobble snow GIF displayed at the top of the results page, instead of the improved version that is now used on EAB at Xmas.

(Why the snow image is there when we are in May now is also questionable ;))


P.S. If anyone has the full version of Green 5 please send it to me. It doesn't seem to be on the server :(

DamienD 22 May 2016 17:09

Hey there Lonewolf10,

I've found that the EAB File Server search doesn't always bring back everything unfortunately :sad

HOL says the following:

Quote:

The demo is disk 1 of the four disks of the full version.
You can find these under "Commodore_Amiga" --> "TOSEC [2016-01-03]" --> "Commodore Amiga - Games - Public Domain - [ADF] (TOSEC-v2015-12-28_CM)":

... Green Five (1994)(Judge, Mike)(SW-R)(Disk 1 of 3)[AMOS].zip
... Green Five (1994)(Judge, Mike)(SW-R)(Disk 1 of 3)[h Software 2000][AMOS].zip
... Green Five (1994)(Judge, Mike)(SW-R)(Disk 1 of 3)[m doscopy][AMOS].zip
... Green Five (1994)(Judge, Mike)(SW-R)(Disk 1 of 3)[m2 doscopy][AMOS].zip
... Green Five (1994)(Judge, Mike)(SW-R)(Disk 2 of 3).zip
... Green Five (1994)(Judge, Mike)(SW-R)(Disk 3 of 3).zip

I presume that it's only 3 disks as one disk is just the demo so left out; but really just a guess...

Lonewolf10 22 May 2016 17:13

Many thanks DamienD :)

I think the reason why it didn't find it was because I was seaching for "Green 5", not "Green Five".

DamienD 22 May 2016 17:15

I originally searched for "green" and it wasn't found (when it should have been)...

...so I then searched my HDD with the complete TOSEC collection to find the location before heading over to the EAB file server :cheese

Arnie 22 May 2016 19:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by Belgarath (Post 1090771)
According to that you're using a generic account and there's 20 people on already hence why you can't get on. Just tried using my own account and using filezilla and had no problem.

That's the account I've always used. I've never been refused access.
Surely there have been more than 20 users logged on at any one time or have I just been lucky these past couple of years?


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