Thread: FastDL vs. File Names with Space

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    Re: FastDL vs. File Names with Space

    hmmmm i tried it with your version. But i have the same problem tried it in 32/64 bit version.

    The Disklogo is standard blue but this file i gray in notepad++.
    I have tried a other programm (brackets). here can i edit but on save tells me i have no acces to edit this file.

    omg now in this mom i found the problem.
    see http://cosmoline.at/reco.png
    first time that i see that work.
    now i can edit the files.

    Edit: now load the zombie attack file but now this.
    http://cosmoline.at/reco2.png

    Edit: ok now i have all //delete in the res file. now loading but not with fast DL server.
    Last edited by Enrory; 13-09-2017 at 03:51 AM.

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    Re: FastDL vs. File Names with Space

    Humm, I suggest you go to the Discord channels (find the button at Very top of Page this page)
    Sven Co-op Discord Channel
    Click here to join!
    Then speak with other Linux Server Ops (I am not a Linux Server Operator myself) Hopefully they can "walk" you through the process of setting a Linux Server correctly (recommended paths, directories permissions etc, to use and setting up Fast DL) and then move to solving the RECO map bug.
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    Wolf-3D

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    Re: FastDL vs. File Names with Space

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamR View Post
    Case insensitive file names. That's something Microsoft got very right in their operating systems. (As much as I like Linux... for servers.)

    I'd agree for best compatibility that your map resources should ideally be all lower case, and either use hyphens or underscores in place of spaces. Also best to stick with ASCII characters. (No UTF-8.)
    Case sensitivity is a file system setting, not a Linux enforcement.

    There are several methods of making a case insensitive file system under Linux, the easiest being to make a vfat, ZFS or JFS partition with the latter two using the "casesensitivity=insensitive" option when the partition is created. vfat is case insensitive by default to maintain compatibility with Windows.

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    Re: FastDL vs. File Names with Space

    Done.

    Finish all files wrote new.
    Work now with fast dl.

    Reco map
    http://cosmoline.at/downloads/reco.rar

    Thanks for help.

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