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jochen-02
post Jan 16 2007, 11:04 AM
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QUOTE(Jon_J @ Dec 2 2006, 04:21 AM)
EDIT: I just figured out how to "Force" Netfront to open the various threads/links.
It is a time consuming, roundabout method. :( :(
1. Click link, and error message dialog pops up.
2. copy/paste the entire error message into the URL bar in Netfront.
3. Delete all characters to the right of "/indexe965.html" (Starting with the question mark).
4. Now click the "goto" arrow and it will take you to the URL that was given in the error message.


I've had the same problem. It seems that the html files have all links embedded as "redirects", which at least the text mode browser "links" does not understand such links.

Your method was much too inconvenient for me. I converted the links in all about 21000 files by these few sed statements:

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for i in *.html; do perl -pe 's/\?[0-z]{1,10}\.html//g' $i > oesf/data/$i; done
cd oesf/data
for i in *.html; do sed -e "s#\.\./\.\./\.\./external\.html?link=##g" $i > ../../oesf/data1/$i; done
cd ../../oesf/data1
for i in *.html; do sed -e "s#\.\./\.\./\.\./external\.gif?link=##g" $i > ../../oesf/data2/$i; done


Finally I made a cramfs image from oesf/data2 -- ready.

p.s.: Of course all this can be done in one single sed command:
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for i in *.html; do sed -e 's#\?[0-z]{1,10}\.html##g' -e 's#\.\./\.\./\.\./external\.html?link=##g' -e 's#\.\./\.\./\.\./external\.gif?link=##g' $i > oesf/data/$i; done
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post May 21 2010, 04:07 AM
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Give the unfortunate outage a little while back, I realised that it's been a long time since anyone snapshotted the entire forum, so I did it again and created a squashfs (r2.2 format for compatibility with cacko).

I created a namazu free-text DB with it so that you can search with it, along with my web-server-in-a-bash-script script for accessing it as previously described. However, I didn't include namazu and namazu.cgi binaries, I put links in to /usr/local/namazu/bin/ instead as that makes it more flexible.

It looks as if the latest squashfs doesn't have backwards compat with v2 as it used to, so if there's real interest I could upload a squashfs3 archive too.
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post May 24 2010, 04:40 AM
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QUOTE(speculatrix @ May 21 2010, 01:07 PM) *
Give the unfortunate outage a little while back, I realised that it's been a long time since anyone snapshotted the entire forum, so I did it again and created a squashfs (r2.2 format for compatibility with cacko).


d'oh, would help if I'd posted a link, wouldn't it?!

http://www.zaurus.org.uk/download/oesf.squashfs2
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post May 24 2010, 07:32 AM
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QUOTE(speculatrix @ May 24 2010, 02:40 PM) *
QUOTE(speculatrix @ May 21 2010, 01:07 PM) *
Give the unfortunate outage a little while back, I realised that it's been a long time since anyone snapshotted the entire forum, so I did it again and created a squashfs (r2.2 format for compatibility with cacko).


d'oh, would help if I'd posted a link, wouldn't it?!

http://www.zaurus.org.uk/download/oesf.squashfs2


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