[Xerte] Re: Transferring files to remote server
Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk
Tue Oct 4 09:25:50 BST 2011
Sounds like mime types on the server. Check the archives. The server needs to be able to serve .rlo, .rlm, .rlt (all of which are .xml)
From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of A-P. Lian
Sent: 04 October 2011 08:06
To: list, Xerte discussion
Subject: [Xerte] Transferring files to remote server
At the risk of filling the listserver with trivia, I have a third question today.
I made a short lesson today using the onlinetoolkit in my PC under xampp. Works fine.
I zipped it using the built-in facility then FTPd it to my remote server. It unzipped correctly, the media are in the right place and all seems well.
I connect to the site, the blue progress bar appears and it says that it has finished loading and to wait. I wait but nothing happens. The progress bar is about 80% across. I then refresh the screen. The progress bar fills completely and then nothing. Any clues???
I am working from Thailand with a relatively slow connection but I do not think that this should matter for the amount of traffic involved. My server is in the US. I have not checked the versions of php and mysql but believe that they are likely to be ok.
Advice would be greatly welcomed.
Professor Dr. Andrew Lian
School of English
Institute of Social Technology
Suranaree University of Technology
111 University Avenue
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, 30000
Emeritus Professor , University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Vice-President of AsiaCALL
e-mail: andrew.lian at andrewlian.com<mailto:andrew.lian at andrewlian.com>; website: http://www.andrewlian.com<http://www.andrewlian.com/>
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