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by Clive
06 May 2008, 13:13
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: 2 gig limit?
Replies: 9
Views: 7161

I do regular downloads of files that are larger than 2GB, what problems are you getting ? Error messages ? Does the download fail when it starts or only after 2GB have been downloaded ? If so, what are the symptons ???
by Clive
26 Mar 2008, 06:59
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: CMS alternatives
Replies: 15
Views: 12628

I've not used MySQL or this application, but that SQL statement looks rather heavy, depending on the amount of data it is parsing then having DISTINCT together with a JOIN and an ORDER BY in the same SQL query may take a while to execute. Perhaps there is some timeout setting for queries on your MyS...
by Clive
26 Mar 2008, 05:52
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Very slow moving files around Bubba !
Replies: 2
Views: 3131

Yes, you're right. Thanks !

Strange, as I am sure the last time I moved files, it didn't seem to take half so long.
by Clive
25 Mar 2008, 07:35
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Very slow moving files around Bubba !
Replies: 2
Views: 3131

Very slow moving files around Bubba !

Over the weekend I did a bit of a tidy-up of my Bubba, basically deleting downloads I no longer wanted and moving those I did over to a seperate directory on Bubba, I find that Windows Media Center gets very slow when there are two many media files in the same directory (why must it rebuild it's thu...
by Clive
12 Mar 2008, 05:13
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Using Bubba without router + Downloads gone from web-admin
Replies: 6
Views: 5246

This happens to me occasionally, I use a cheap, Belkin router and it can go for months and months without failing and then twice in a week it will lose connection with the outside world and need to be rebooted. The log files to tell me what went wrong on this router are very poor. Originally I thoug...
by Clive
06 Mar 2008, 03:45
Forum: Development
Topic: Want info on new Bubbas
Replies: 18
Views: 18709

Great ! Looking forward to seeing the specs of this.

Count me in for a pre-order :D
by Clive
27 Feb 2008, 03:04
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: It's time to say goodbye to bubba
Replies: 11
Views: 10500

I agree that a little bit of Linux knowledge is required to get full use from a Bubba, but one of the main reasons I bought it is that it came configured with a fully operation mailserver/webserver out of the box. The reliability is very high, in fact most times I forget about it never had to reboot...
by Clive
13 Feb 2008, 05:22
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Few questions b4 I get a Bubba
Replies: 5
Views: 4782

For what it's worth, 10W is noise against the background of power use in a typical house. We're talking about £10 to £15 a year, I reckon. Computing doesn't get more frugal than that. This is one hell of a piece of kit. Yep, I totally agree with this statement. I would never want to have Bubba po...
by Clive
11 Feb 2008, 07:15
Forum: Software releases
Topic: New firmware update 0.52.1
Replies: 28
Views: 46145

Another positive comment on this update is that for some reason, accessing my mail to my mobile phone via IMAP works everytime now ! Previosly it would fail 90% of time.

Not sure if something was changed or upgraded which might have effected this, either way I am very -> :D
by Clive
31 Jan 2008, 08:10
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: upgrade problem
Replies: 3
Views: 3708

I had a similar problem last time I tried to update from the Sarge sources and it was some missing dependency on some package relating to dhclient. However, my web interface and bubba packages were unaffected. PS - I guess I have the record for the fastest Bubba breakage, when removing it from it's ...
by Clive
30 Jan 2008, 09:18
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Is it possible to print from XP Home?
Replies: 11
Views: 6916

Completely unconnected with Bubba, but I was recently working on a similar issue regarding accessing network and printers anonymously via a Windows share, it used to work OK with Windows Server 2003 and when we upgraded to WinXP anonymous access was rejected. Turned out that for security issues Micr...
by Clive
30 Jan 2008, 09:01
Forum: Development
Topic: Any news on a super Bubba ?
Replies: 23
Views: 24845

Any news on a super Bubba ?

I've had my Bubba for almost a year now and I know in the past there has been talk about ideas for a 'Super Bubba' Is there any news on this ? I would definetely buy another Bubba which had a slightly higher throughput. Not that it's a problem with my current Bubba but occasionally streaming video s...
by Clive
04 Jan 2008, 05:14
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Problems with Torrent downloads
Replies: 4
Views: 3612

Thanks Tor, I will check up with the tracker people to see if they have a list of 'banned' download clients or libraries. I am expecting that it is something to do with this. Rtorrent is woking fine for me at the moment. No problems with the FTD processes, I was just wondering if FTD had crashed or ...
by Clive
02 Jan 2008, 06:41
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Problems with Torrent downloads
Replies: 4
Views: 3612

Strange, this has only started happening on this particular torrent tracker since the upgrade to 0.51.2. I've been downloading from this particular tracker for years without problems. Guess I will have to stick with rtorrent if there is no workaround.... Also, is the idle ftd.bin process supposed to...
by Clive
31 Dec 2007, 03:50
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Problems with Torrent downloads
Replies: 4
Views: 3612

Problems with Torrent downloads

Hi Guys, Been having problems with downloading torrents since the last Bubba upgrade. When trying to download torrents it seems to hange at the 'Connecting to tracker' stage, the /var/log/daemon.log reports the following - Dec 31 09:33:04 sydnew ftd: Invalid encoding in torrent Dec 31 09:33:05 sydne...