Software :: Only The .html File Is Saves, And Firefox Does Not Make A Folder?
Mar 7, 2011
It's a few days now that I notice everytime I save a page in Firefox, only the .html file is saves, and firefox does not make a folder associated with the page in which it saves the images, etc..Could this be because I installed TOR and the TORBUTTON for firefox?I have, however disabled the TORBUTTON addon from Firefox, and restarted the browserbut the problem persists.
i am newbie to fedora and php,fedora test page is displaying when i give the ip address now i want to add a .php file in /var/www/html folder but it says permission denied when i want to save .php file in this folder
My setup is two laptops connected by crossover cable. One runs Windows xp the other Fedora 13. Neither is connected to internet. I'm using a subnet of 192.168.1.x On Fedora eth0 is up, apache runs because it creates pidfile. Everything pings fine. Windows xp ip pings fine from command line. Gave Windows xp a static ip of 192.168.1.1 mask 255.255.255.0 and gateway 1.2, same as eth0. xp says it sees the server. eth0 is up.
DirectoryIndex looks at index.html. I created that file with very simple code and put it in document root. Document root permissions are 755. Access_log 770. Error_log 644. Apache User 755. Listen 80 When I type the ip for eth0 (192.168.1.2) into firefox, firefox gives me an error message - can't find server. The connection status says its connected.
The error log includes a line: [warn]./mod_dnssd.c:No services found to register I don't know what this means. Apache is not writing to access_log. When I cat the path to access_log I get nothing, then a command prompt. I'm looking for the part I'm missing that will let Apache serve that index.html file to firefox so I can see how my code looks to firefox as I go.
I been using linux for a while, but I havent had the time to really learn it. Something Id like to get more familiar with is bash so here is a simple example of something I would like to do:
I have a directory full of files. For each file in the directory create a new subdirectory with each files name.
I tried this:
#im already in this directory aaa=./* for a in $aaa do mkdir $a done
One of the problems is that there are spaces () and - in the filenames so I get many subfolders with names like "-" which i don't want.
I tried stuff like: aaa=./* for a in $aaa do mkdir "'"$a"'" done
This of course also did not work.
Additional I tried just creating a folder with the name of one of the files and I got this:
mkdir: cannot create directory `(audio) - R56339.EXE': File exists Well yeah a file exsists with that name, but I want to create a folder- why is there a conflict?
Just to be clear here are the contents of this folder: ~/Desktop/LAB/Media/Drivers - (Image Deployment)/Optiplex_GX260/XP> ls (audio) - R56339.EXE (NIC-Onboard-Intel) - R54402.EXE (Modem-datafax-V92) - R54403.EXE OEM_Applications
I just came back from a meeting with someone wo wants this functionality:When he saves a file on *his* machine, it will automatically get copied onto a server (this is on an office LAN). This is so if there's a virus attack on his machine, he will have an uninfected backup copy. To make matters worse, the client machines will be WINDOZE. Apparently he's seen this kind of functionality at an office somewhere (he was saying something about "Microsoft" , but my brain has erased that part of the conversation ), and now wants it for himself.
I was thinking about Samba obviously, but the tricky part is doing the copying when the user *saves* a file. This will require hooks into the OS to see when a file is being saved.*If* I manage to persuade him to switch his client machines to Linux (which would be the ideal choice and make life far easier), how would it be done? I'd have to use the File Alteration MOnitor in the kernel, right?Would it be possible to write the copying code in a shell script?
after update f12 to f13 geany stopped to work correctly on remote storage (sftp). Geany opens file correctly, but when I try to save, it saves empty file. I tried "notepad" and "gedit", they work good on f13. Geany on f12 worked correctly too.
i have put a zip folder at /var/www/html/ am trying to download it on a client machine it gives me this error You don't have permission to access /db_airarabia_crp.zip on this server. i changes the permission on the file to 666 but still its the same
I'm setting up my fedora 10 server. I am currently working on samba. I have added users and created their home directories with their own html directories. I have changed their html directories to 777. However, it appears to be read-only since I cannot create files or folders within it. Can anyone please give me some ideas as to what may be causing this? Probably some extra configurations I may have overlooked? Any help would be kindly appreciated. I also created a general wshare (writable share) directory for all users within home directory but I am encountering the same problem and cannot write to it.
I have a local network that has three LANs and each LAN has several machines. I created a folder named myweb that contains html files under /var/www/html/. Let's say the folder is on A machine. From B machine, which is in different LANs, I want to access myweb folder using a web browser. I can ping both machines nut I can't access the folder. I tried [URL] where sxa.org is the hostname and the http server (Apache) name.
I have fedora 12 and I'm playing a game using wine. To view a page from inside the games own browser(it has an internet browser style menu) there is a button that says "open in external browser" I've used it hundreds of times to save that particular page to a folder when I was in windows but now that I'm using fedora it doesnt do anything. Is this something I have to configure in firefox or could it be something else.
I'm playing a game using wine that uses an internet browser style menu. One of the options that the game offers is to open the current game page with your external browser. I've used it hundreds of times when I was on windows and it worked fine and I was able to save the current page to a folder. Now that I'm using fedora the link doesnt work. It doesnt open firefox and it doesnt give me any message to let me know that it even recieved the request.
Today, all of a sudden, gmail is loading only the html view in my firefox. It is asking me to upgrade to a faster browser in order to have the standard view. Clicking on that link, I found that my firefox is already the latest version. It is not only gmail, but my institution mail is also loading in basic html mode. There is no problem with yahoo mail though.
The one thing that I did yesterday was installing many ubuntu themes and wallpapers. I changed the theme back to the old one but to no avail. Of course, the wallpaper is new, but that should not be causing any problem. I tried clearing the cache and deleting the cookies from google. But the problem persists i.e I closed all the google related tabs, cleared cookies and cache and restarted the browser. Note that Google chrome is able to load gmail properly.
The following all don't work:
<a href="#" onclick="show_element('jetshop')">Read more...</a> - moves to the top of the page. <a href="" onclick="show_element('jetshop')">Read more...</a>
I am having a time at trying to get a simple FTP setup to my Var/www/html folder for my canned Joomla website. I can log in anon with no write permissions, but it will not log in using any users I have setup on the server. I've googled a bunch, but nothing to correct my 530 authentication failure when I try to log in as one of my user accounts for the server.
I install a nautilus plug-in which in turn installed the elinks browser and now all of my .html files are opening in elinks instead of firefox so how do I get .htm/.html and other web type files to open in firefox instead of elinks.
I also tried removing elinks from my system but then the files just open in gedit so again how do I associate .html (and other web files) with firefox.
BTW firefox is already set as my default browser in System > Prefs > Prefered Applications > Web Browser
I am attempting to make a shared folder for people that VPN into the network. This folder needs to be accessible to windows and mac machines. So far I have the VPN through ppptd working. I just don't know how to make a folder. I feel like this should be fairly easy. I am using Lucid Lynx server edition.
I'm having a weird problem while uploading a file using a standard html form in Firefox 3.6.8(No extensions, except for the preloaded ones : Ubuntu Firefox modifications 0.9Rc2, mouse gesture redox 3.0.2 ). Anytime I try to upload a file whether on my localhost or at a website that offers a form with an input file, it fails. I'm just using test files, like small images. I've reinstalled my firefox, because I got this problem since 9.10 and now that I've upgraded to Lucid Lynx, I still have this issue. That's why I decided to do a fresh re-install using the same package I've downloaded previously when I did the ugprade. However, I still have the same result, the file never uploads to the server.
This happens when I use a simple html form with enctype="multipart/form-data". Though, when I use any other browser, like chrome, chromium, opera they just work fine. At my localhost, this is my code in one page, if you want to take a look, but as I say even with other websites the problem is happening too. Btw, the temp folders have written permissions (777)
I need some plugin for Gedit (or maybe other HTML-editor) which will make tags of words, like: I type "div", hit some hotkeys or anything else with keyboard and get "<div></div>". The same with all the words I type in. Do you guys know which piece of software can do such things?
I have managed to create a HTML file inside python code,convert this to a PNG file through a Python script ?
EDIT: Details added: I have a python script which generates map-legends in the form of an html file. The legend generated have to be pasted on a map which is in a png format. A png format file can be pasted on another png format file easily. But because the legends generated are in a html format I cannot paste it on the map file !!
EDIT: Details added: I did Googling first but it resulted in various soft wares for above purpose which I don't want !!
I cannot read html in emails or in Firefox.It was working fine until I tried to modify the message composition settings in the Preferences menu.I was trying to make it so that I could forward messages in HTML to send to a colleague his flight itinerary.I had set all my messages to be composed in plain text by default with Enigmail.A Google search page for example will only show images but no text is rendered. I can see the blue underlines for links.
If I highlight the webpage and copy it to the Notepad, I can read the text. So the issue isn't that the pages aren't loading, but they are not displaying correctly.The same problem is also now present in my email.Please help! I don't know what to do short of reinstalling Ubuntu and I would rather not.I am on version 9.10 if that helps.
i'm trying to convert a html file into a text file when i simply run "html2text <filename>" the output displayed is the way we want but when i redirect the same using "-o" or ">>" the file is having extra characters in it. i even tried -ascii,but no much use.
I am using Okular as a chm reader (I know how to use extract_chmlib and htmldoc.. but with those two I can only make HTML-only documents and not image attachments..)and it just happens so I would like my machine to read the text... i have both festival and espeak installed (as well some gnome-based plug-ins)... But I just can't get Okular to speak.
since ubuntu's decided that firefox needs to have their strange and weird theme for the buttons... what's the easiest way to remove this new way that it decides that the button configuration for when you want to close it and other things? I cannot seem to find this file, and i've already tried to delete my .mozilla file and i've installed swiftfox and it's using it. So where in the world did the Ubuntu UI people put this thing at?
I've searched and searched for a solution to this and cannot find one. I've installed phpMyAdmin on Fedora 11 using YUM. I've also got MySQL 5 latest and PHP 5 latest installed using YUM. My Apache server document root is var/www/html/ and I can go to [URL] to view my php files. MySQL has root user configured (as far as I can tell) and I have set the password for the root user. After installing phpMyAdmin, I did restart httpd service and I have mysqld enabled and running. However, after installing phpMyAdmin, it does not create a folder in var/www/html/ and so, of course, I get told that phpMyAdmin cannot find navigation.php when I go to [URL].
I've edited /etc/phpMyAdmin/config.inc.php, but this has not helped. I've even DL'd phpMyAdmin from their site and copied the files over to /var/www/html/phpMyAdmin/ and chmod'd the files and folders to 777 permissions, but this has not worked, either. I still get the same "unable to find navigation.php" error.
When I position icons on the desktop in specific places, then I choose to move a file or folder into another folder, all the icons arrange back to the left side. This happened in an earlier version of KDE 4.x, disappeared the next version, and reappeared. how to keep this from happening. It makes using the desktop a pain in the you know what.
I used wget -r to get all the web pages that were linked from index.html. The pages listed in index.html are all chapters. After using wget -r, all the chapters are now in the same folder on my local hard drive. Is there a way to build the chapters in their proper order into a "long"/"full" web page, rather than simply having each chapter as a link/next link on a previous page?
After upgrading to 11.04, I noticed something strange, being that when I want to drag a file or folder from one Nautilus folder window to another which is not visible, I can no longer hold the item over said folder's taskbar button and wait for it to appear. It just shows the + for copy, and when I let go (which I have no choice but to eventually do), it creates a launcher to that item (I assume it's doing that, and not actually copying there, but the + has me unsure).
I've looked in Nautilus's preferences to see if this is some new behaviour that I can revert back to, but could find nothing there.
I'm of course using the Classic desktop with bottom panel being the taskbar. If you know how I can rectify this, please let me know, as the times I would want to create a file or folder launcher without the usual hassle would be rare, but I am constantly dragging stuff from one folder to another, and it would be a real pain to have to line up source and destination folders each time.