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I don't know so as to use a FTP program to upload ASCII and Binary formats for my files on that forum. But my server's on the same computer I'm ...
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    [SOLVED] Setting up E-Blah on local server


    I don't know so as to use a FTP program to upload ASCII and Binary formats for my files on that forum. But my server's on the same computer I'm on right now.

    And what confuses my the most is how to upload something that's sorta already on my server.

    I can't seem to find out how to encode files to ASCII and Binary so as to make my forum work. And even more so, I already uploaded my forum to CGI-bin by moving the files to that directory.

    And to make things harder, my FTP program doesn't connect to my server.

    I don't have a domain name, so I have to use my IP address to connect.

    What am I doing wrong?

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    hey if your local machine and the server are the same why are you trying to FTP ? just move the file to the dir thats it ...
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    Exclamation

    I understand that.
    But it's not a matter of uploading...It's a matter of encoding it to ASCII or Binary so that they execute.

    I couldn't find any other solution to my 5oo error problem recently mentioned.

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    if you are able to convert the ASCII then try copying the file to the directory
    there is no need of an ftp client ...! and paste me the exact error message which you get while accessing the file via an browser...
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    hey ,


    check the following URL
    ncdump(1): Convert netCDF files to ASCII form - Linux man page
    that might help you ...
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    Internal Server Error

    The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

    Please contact the server administrator, root@localhost and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

    More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
    Apache/2.2.6 (Fedora)
    That's the mesage under the sun.
    Of course, I censored any sensitive info.

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    Please check the following link
    FileZilla - Client Download
    and try uploading to correct directory and check for the ownership of the folder and permission...
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    I'm wondering...Even though it's mainly used uploading, can it be changed to mainly encode files to ASCII or Binary?

    Frankly, I can't put the right info for port, URL, or all the others, anyway.

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    check the link
    Error - E-Blah Community
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    What's the name of the thread there. I'll go find it.

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