Nicholas Sturm ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > I've read that note about "try retrieving" the previous edition, but > point me to the directions for doing THAT. Thanks.
When the DNF page in recent stable builds of Freenet comes up for a DBR site, it has a hyperlink on it which leads to yesterday's edition. You click it. > What does DNF stand for? Data Not Found. Freenet's equivalent of an HTTP 404. > > "?date=3D20030105" in the URL bar or something. > > I think I could handle the "or something" but is "?date=3D2--30105" a magic > phrase. > I have no idea what it stands for. First of all, it means your mail client is broken. There should not be a "3D" after the "=". It's just 2003 01 05 which means "January 5, 2003". All together: ?date=20030105 (assuming your mail client doesn't mangle it again). I'll try to make sure mutt doesn't use quoted-printable encoding this time, since that's probably what made your mail client barf. I've snipped the rest of your message, since they weren't direct questions that I can answer. If you need more answers, be sure to Cc the list this time, instead of just replying to me personally. -- Greg Wooledge | "Truth belongs to everybody." [EMAIL PROTECTED] | - The Red Hot Chili Peppers http://wooledge.org/~greg/ |
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