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Old 03-16-2005, 05:41 PM   #41 (permalink)
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cool how do we go about giving you stuff to stick up there?
Well i have over 9 gigs of music so you can make some requests or you can email them at [email address]

This can be as big as you guys want it to be There is a 150 gig harddrive on that dedicated server
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Old 03-16-2005, 04:42 PM   #42 (permalink)
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i'm trying to use http://webspace.utexas.edu/(my username)... can someone check and look and the results and tell me what i have to do
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Old 03-16-2005, 04:49 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I've been putting ones that are emailed to me here (http://luckyluciano.completelyfreehosting.com/midis/).

I've been trying to make a site where you can upload the ringers yourself, but I can't get these damn upload scripts to work. Whenever I try to upload a file I either get a permission error, or the apache service goes down and has to be restarted. Can somebody point me to a good working uploader script, perhaps one where I can set file size limits, and only allow certain extensions?
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Old 03-16-2005, 05:01 PM   #44 (permalink)
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got perl or php running on your server? if so, i'll write you the requisite script.
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Well i have over 9 gigs of music so you can make some requests or you can email them at [email address]

This can be as big as you guys want it to be There is a 150 gig harddrive on that dedicated server
i've sent you an email with some songs and a request.. hope you got it
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I've got the latest version of php on the server, but I can put perl on there easily. That'd be sweet if you could write it for me, I definitely appreciate the help.
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I have a *very* basic site set up where users can upload .adp files and then download them to their phone. It's a work in progress. If anyone would like access (you need to log in to upload/download) PM me.
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Anyone tried "javaloader -usb dir" yet?

I'm don't have a data plan with Rogers yet (not until unlimited means more than 25 Mb) and I'd really like to have a couple of ringtones...
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finally i got some ringtones ... thanx hiroll3r... but man... this stuff gets loud on the 7100t... felt the speaker was gonna blow... now where can i get an amp to hook up to this sh*t!
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Anyone tried "javaloader -usb dir" yet?

I'm don't have a data plan with Rogers yet (not until unlimited means more than 25 Mb) and I'd really like to have a couple of ringtones...
The ring tones are saved as .adp files. Don't show up in javaloader -usb dir.
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I've got the latest version of php on the server, but I can put perl on there easily. That'd be sweet if you could write it for me, I definitely appreciate the help.
php is fine.

i'll post it in a bit.
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code in attached zip.

open upload.php. edit "http://www.google.com/files/" to the full path to the files on your server, including the surrounding quotes and trailing slash.

upload upload.php to server. if *nix, chmod to 755.

create subdir called /files on server for the tones. if *nix, chmod to 777.

cross your fingers and test it out :P


btw, i take no responsibility for any damage my script causes :D
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btw, i take no responsibility for any damage my script causes :D
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now that these ringtones work... if there were a way to set it so a certain ringtone for a certain person in the address book would be sweet
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There is no way to assign ring tones to individual callers at this time. I've read on the forums that it can't be done, but I read that there was no support for .adp files and HiRoll3r figured out how to get that working. Funny thing is, I had phones in the past that could do all this stuff but I didn't care. Something about my 7100t makes me want to trick it out.
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I hate to repost, but has anyone tried "javaloader -usb dir" yet? plz? ;)
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The ring tones are saved as .adp files. Don't show up in javaloader -usb dir.
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Oh... sorry... my bad :P

Can they be backuped using the Backup / Restore function of the Desktop Manager then?

Doing an Advanced backup, selecting only the ringtones?
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Old 03-17-2005, 03:10 PM   #60 (permalink)
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I know this to not be a fact as long as your allowed to add .htaccess files to the directory in question you can add any MIME type you want even if you arent a webmaster.
okay, fine:

simply uploading the .adp file to any ol' web server you have access to is not sufficient. IN GENERAL, you must have administrative privileges on the web server, so that you can set up the adpcm mime type correctly, in order for it to work.

happy now?

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