[RC5-PROXYPER] New version
btalbot at kidsat.ucsd.edu
Fri Jan 16 10:13:31 EST 1998
Sounds like a little conversion util that converts a pproxy output
buffer to a client done buffer would be handy for this situation too.
Scott Lambert KC5MLE wrote:
> In <199801161644.LAA11779 at eurydice.511.com>, on 01/16/98
> at 11:45 AM, Matt Steinhoff <mls at audiosports.net> said:
> >> From: lantz moore <lantz_moore at contigo.com>
> >> i'm still seeing the same block uploading problem in v275
> >> as in v270 and v274b.
> > This isn't what you're gonna want to hear, but it's what worked
> for me.
> >After completing nearly 2,700 DES 2^30 blocks and sending them to the
> >personal proxy and trying every version of the RC5/DES to make it
> flush, I
> >cut my loses, deleted all the buffer files and started new.
> > It has worked fine since.
> > (Note: Yes, I did delete the old proxy buff files before I
> >the first RC5/DES version of the proxy. Yes, I had the right flag in
> >DES section. Yes, I did try everything the folks in #rc5 suggested to
> I would move the blocks to another directory just in case a later
> became available that was able to send them. I've also had blocks I
> couldn't get to send on the server machine that went out ok from my
> machine. Go figure.
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