Michael Doub wrote:
> I am getting different answers based on environment when trying to
> convert EPOC seconds to dateitems or internet date. On my mac I get
> the expected result but on a HostM server I get something totally
> Does any one have a conversion
I am getting different answers based on environment when trying to
convert EPOC seconds to dateitems or internet date. On my mac I get
the expected result but on a HostM server I get something totally different.
Does any one have a conversion function that does not use the livecode's
Many thanks to all of you who helped test LiveNet. Much appreciated.
The problem appears to be specific to LC on Linux, and thanks to Charles
Warwick's excellent support of tsNet he was able to deliver a possible
fix, which I've confirmed works:
Panos from LC solved the mystery. In my URL the password has a special
character, which can't be handled in 8.1.2 and 8.1.3 on Windows. When doing
urlencode(myPW), it also works in 8.1.3
The why is not known
LC 8.1.3 - Windows 10 64Bit - Works for me
From: use-livecode [mailto:use-livecode-boun...@lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of
Charles Warwick via use-livecode
Sent: 16 March 2017 10:11
Cc: Charles Warwick
On Mon, Mar 6, 2017 at 1:11 PM, Andre Garzia wrote:
> Hey Trevor,
> This is a Surface Pro 4 with Intel HD 520 running latest Windows 10 at
> 2736x1284 with 200% display scaling. The screenPixelScale reported is 2 on
> LC 8.1.2
> I can't have my machine go to 3000x2000,
this test URL works for me also in 8.1.3
my URL still doesn't works in 8.1.3 (but in 9.0 and older versions) - what
happened to tsnet in 8.1.3?
your workaround with tsNetGetSync also works with my URL in 8.1.3 - whats
the difference under the hood to put URL?
One other thing… in looking at the .ppk file, it contains both “public lines”
and "private lines”. All I see in the ssh key file is private.
Not sure that make any difference, but thought I’d mention it.
> On Mar 16, 2017, at 7:53 AM, Stephen MacLean via
Thank you so much for reply!
I converted the key file as you described, however, I’m still getting the error
67 (authentication error) when running the script.
Any further help would be greatly appreciated.
> On Mar 16, 2017, at 3:08 AM, Charles Warwick via
Tried it here with
LC 8.1.3, Win 7 Pro, 64bit -> works
LC 8.1.3, Win 10 Pro, 32bit -> works
Tel +49 5741 31
+49 160 5504462
Fax: +49 5741 310002
BR5 Konverter - BR5 ->
I have not been able to replicate this issue here, but I am using an
older version of Windows.
Is there anyone that can try this on various versions of Windows to see
if this problem is specific to Win 10?
Try typing the following into the message box:
Works very nicely with LC8.1.3 and 9.0.0(dp6) on mac 10.12.3
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I have not heard of this issue before but will see if I can reproduce it
and get back to you.
A workaround would be to use the tsNetGetSync function directly so that
you can specify the user/pass separately like this:
local tHeaders, tOutHeaders, tResultCode, tBytes, tSettings
On 15/03/17 23:03, Mike Bonner via use-livecode wrote:
does this mean one could replace /u with 0x and then replace uls with empty
and end up with the correct end result?
On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 2:16 PM, Richmond Mathewson via use-livecode <
Ouch. My excuse is that I was working with the example you supplied.
On 15/03/17 22:36, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode wrote:
What if the user name has seven characters after the escape sequence?
On 3/15/17 3:16 PM, Richmond Mathewson via use-livecode wrote:
Just knock off the
It looks like you are using a SSH private key in PuTTY format (.ppk).
tsNet requires it to be in OpenSSH format.
That is easy to fix though, you can convert the .ppk with PuttyGen.
To do this, open PuttyGen and load the .ppk file. Then select
"Conversions" -> "Export OpenSSH
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