The XHR error is due to a code bug in TiddlyWiki. It happens when the
server discovers the TiddlyServer is newer on disk than the one in the
browser. I added an etagWindow setting to settings.json to mitigate this
I'll check into the file copy fall back. Thank you.
On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 2:02 AM, 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki <
> Every so often I consider switching to Linux. It never works, eventually
> there are programs and drivers I need, even though Linux mostly gets better.
> I was running on a persistent USB stick. Actually, 2 sticks, with one
> dedicated for persistence. I didn't tweak any Linux Mint settings other
> than to allow persistence in the grub boot.
> On another note, changing the IP to 0.0.0.0 didn't allow universal
> connect. I had to find and insert my local IP number in order to get other
> devices to connect. One of the devices eventually had an error in a
> TiddlyWiki file, suggesting that the set-up might not be robust. Think it
> was a RSOE with something about XHR.
> -- Mark
> On Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 10:32:26 AM UTC-7, jwd wrote:
>> Arlen, I suggest you look at https://stackoverflow.com/a/8579946/1124740
>> - the second comment: "This will not work if you are crossing partitions
>> or using a virtual filesystem not supporting moving files. You better use
>> solution <http://stackoverflow.com/a/29105404/532695> with a copy
>> fallback" which links to a less (currently) accepted answer to the same
>> question https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8579055/how-do-i-move-
>> On Linux /tmp is often 'mounted' in RAM to increase speed. Google
>> suggests MINT users often do this though I can't say if that is the default
>> with MINT or something Mark has done with his installation. That would make
>> your fs.rename (line 160 of tiddlyserver.ts) fail since you can't rename a
>> file from one filesystem to another, you have to actually copy the bits
>> and, on success unlink (remove) the original file as the alternative
>> solution on stackoverflow does.
>> Thanks for continuing to maintain TiddlyServer.
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