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bio website propertylogic.net
location Kettering, United Kingdom
age 21
visits member for 2 years, 8 months
seen Nov 12 '13 at 15:32

Career

  • Freelance developer for 2 years (age 14-16)
  • Creative developer at Webforma Studios Ltd for 3 years (age 16-19)
  • Developer at Property Logic (19-20)
  • Developer at New Edge Media (19-Present) .

Aug
14
awarded  Popular Question
May
14
comment Are SSD drives as reliable as mechanical drives (2013)?
@MisterSmith a hard drive failing in a datacenter is much more catastrophic than a hard drive failing on a gamers PC (well, in some respects).
Nov
12
comment All servers flooded by salt water, is it possible to recover data from multi-platter drives?
The ones you linked to in your article offer a free evaluation for Sandy victims: krollontrack.com/company/news-releases/?getPressRelease=61861
Apr
18
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
25
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
5
awarded  Scholar
Dec
5
accepted FTP - 425 Can't open data connection. (FileZilla)
Dec
5
awarded  Teacher
Nov
10
answered FTP - 425 Can't open data connection. (FileZilla)
Nov
10
comment FTP - 425 Can't open data connection. (FileZilla)
I'm not to sure, however switching from FileZilla Server to another alternative fixed the problem
Nov
9
comment FTP - 425 Can't open data connection. (FileZilla)
I have forwarded the ports 20000-30000 and configured FileZilla server to use that for pasv connections. Connection in LAN works fine and just found out so does the connection to my IP from an outside computer. Just doesnt work within the PHP script (literally dying on ftp_connect("myip");
Nov
9
comment FTP - 425 Can't open data connection. (FileZilla)
I have tried active mode as well, however yes the passive ports are forwarded.
Nov
9
awarded  Student
Nov
9
asked FTP - 425 Can't open data connection. (FileZilla)
Sep
8
awarded  Commentator
Sep
8
comment Server Alias (network drive) using WAMP
If you could that would be great. Serves you right for using an iPod!
Sep
8
comment Server Alias (network drive) using WAMP
I wish we did :(
Sep
8
comment Server Alias (network drive) using WAMP
How can I find this out? httpd.exe is running as SYSTEM, and the X: drive has permissions for Everyone
Sep
8
comment Server Alias (network drive) using WAMP
Unfortunately this didnt work either
Sep
7
revised Server Alias (network drive) using WAMP
edited title