Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Topics - Lutz Wagner

Pages: [1]
Internet / Dooble works fine but does have some flaws
« on: April 04, 2022, 05:24:40 pm »
I installed the Dooble-browser 1.53 on my ArcaOS 5.05 system. The browser seems to work fine, but actually can't access https-sites.
What I get is this:
Code: [Select]
Load Error
Dooble cannot establish a secure connection to
Please visit the Allowed SSL Ciphers panel and review your selections.

Though I edited this "Allowed SSL Cipher panel" to deactivate all "negates" I can't reach not one https-site.

Another issue is video. Any embedded mpg-file (or mp4) is treated as downloadable content, not as a video to be played.

I know the version 1.53 is quite outdated and there is no newer one. Nevertheless I hope that there might be a workaround for these problems.

Lutz W.

Networking / Arcamapper (SAMBA) loses connection
« on: May 27, 2021, 02:19:13 pm »

I wonder if anybody here ist using Arcamapper to connect to a Qnap-NAS (or other brand of NAS).

I have a Qnap TS-251D connected to my ArcaOS 5.0.4-system, with arcamapper.exe serving as a SAMBA-client to that NAS.
Arcamaper version of May 30, 2020.

Basically it works fine. I map the NAS to a local drive letter Z: on my AOS-machine (Z: having lots of subdirectories with hundreds of thousands of files). But in some circumstances I find the connection lost.

E.g. I cannot use PMView at all to view my image files on that Z:drive.  One single image can be opened, but when I start to browse through the files in that directory the Z: goes away. Same with PMFax.

Same happenes if I try to open the Z:-icon in the drives-folder

The only secure way to operate on Z:-objects seems to be from the commandline (dir, copy, delete).

I reported the problem some weeks ago to ArcaNoae, but up to now I got no satisfactory reply.

What I would like to know: Is there anybody with a similar configuration (AOS 5.0.x and a NAS attached by Arcamapper) who does *not* have the problems as descried above?

Lutz W.

Pages: [1]