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[*] posted on 14-2-2005 at 09:34
Ref: Problem uploading


I too had a problem uploading a couple of books, I just assumed the ftp starage space is full.

Can someone post something to the cause of this....solo




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[*] posted on 14-2-2005 at 10:00


'My folder'?
There is a folder called 'Uploads', that is the only folder you have read AND write-rights to. Try it there. You can ask Axehandle to then move it to 'your' folder.




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[*] posted on 14-2-2005 at 15:39


By 'My folder' I had simply meant the folder entitled 'rogue chemist' that I had uploaded to before. No biggie, it does not really matter since Axehandle will be organizing everything to a common format at some point.

edit: I had probally only uploaded to that folder when it was still in the uploads section. What a novel thought...uploading to the uploads folder :P

[Edited on 14-2-2005 by rogue chemist]




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[*] posted on 17-2-2005 at 01:27


Quote:
Originally posted by Eclectic
Megalomania did a scan of this which is on FTP#2, but it is not very readable. Does anyone have or have plans to scan an OCR'ed Djvu version?


It has been done but the FTP is offline "no response from server". I tried to upload a couple weeks ago and got 550 PERMISSION DENIED or some such. The OCR'd djvu is 14.8 MB, but the un-OCR'd pdf is 10.4, and the .rar of this is 8.56 - so the rar is what I've uploaded to RapidShare. How well this place works out, we'll see. Props to Mephisto who mentioned that site, and provided the pdf compressor that allowed these 1906 pages scanned in 300 dpi to be so reduced in file size.

This seems like a good time to explain some other things - not that I think that anyone cares, but because I can:
- I often upload both OCR'd djvu and non-OCR pdf of the same book to axehandle because I like the look of pdf and the pages can be kept in the same order as in the book. He hasn't said anything about my duplicating habit, yet. I like djvu because of the small size of OCR'd files, sadly they do not have a page renaming function. If I want page 1 of the file to be page 1 of the djvu, the front of the book has to be at the end. PDF run through Finereader and then compressed is much larger than djvu - this with pdf from bmp compared to djvu from tiff. But my computer education ended at BASIC spreadsheets and such.

- I decided to scan Brauer last June, and bought my first scanner shortly after. But faculty gets to check out books pretty much forever, so I didn't get either copy before someone else scanned them for roguesci.

- Regarding Vogel's TOPOC 5th ed - When I was PM'd after I mentioned it in a post here, I much too casually replied that it would get uploaded to the Hive in a week, even though I knew that there was at least an even chance that this wouldn't happen. That was before Rhodium was PM'd about it, a couple weeks before the Hive went down. I knew before I scanned it that there were several obvious reasons why it might not bee wanted there. And I seem to recall a post saying so in reply to someone else asking whether it should be scanned, though I could not find it when I decided to scan it myself. So there is a good reason why it never appeared there while it could, and it will not bee uploaded there if the Hive ever comes back. Rhodium didn't want it uploaded in a post as many other books appeared, neither the 14.4 MB ocr'd djvu in pieces nor the <10 MB non-ocr.

Everything else that I have scanned completely has already been uploaded. Might as well also try to make these available through RapidShare for those without FTP access. So if you're not learning chemistry, its your fault. Some of these were chosen because they are good introductory texts, IMHO. Few of these are available online anywhere else, AFAIK. The rar's contain pdf, because the rar was smaller than the djvu. There are of course traffic restrictions, see their FAQ.

Both volumes, single pdf (8980662 Bytes)

Vogel's Textbook of Quantitative Chemical Analysis 5th ed (5833373 Bytes)

Vogel's Textbook of Practical Organic Chemistry 5th ed (12801802 Bytes)
[url=http://rapidshare.de/files-en/625319/vogel_qualitative_inorganic_analysis_5thed1979.rar.html]
Vogel's Textbook of Macro and Semimicro Qualitative Inorganic Analysis 5th ed (4021488 Bytes)[/url]
[url=http://rapidshare.de/files-en/625393/Techniques_of_Glass_Manipulation...__Heldman_1946.djvu.html]
Techniques of Glass Manipulation (10971775 Bytes)[/url]

Systematic Organic Chemistry (6488657 Bytes)
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84 selected articles from the first 5 volumes of Inorganic Syntheses (4649213 Bytes)[/url]

Reductions in Organic Chemistry (3488320 Bytes)
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Oxidations in Organic Chemistry (5444783 Bytes)[/url]

Reductions by the Alumino- and Borohydrides in Organic Synthesis (6757731 Bytes)
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Preparation of Organic Intermediates (3265229 Bytes)[/url]

Practical Inorganic Chemistry (3062010 Bytes)

A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, vol 2 (12092337 Bytes)

A Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, vol 8 (25547262 Bytes)

Inorganic Preparations (1682480 Bytes)

Inorganic Preparations (1428972 Bytes)
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Inorganic Laboratory Preparations (5109408 Bytes)[/url]

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[*] posted on 17-2-2005 at 18:46
ASTM Standards


Guys, have any problem to upload ASTM Stantards in the FTP?

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[*] posted on 18-2-2005 at 17:48


I would certainly like to see a complete up-to-date set of ASTM standards, in electronic format. I have only a somewhat incomplete set of printed volumes of ASTM standards, for testing and analysis of various substances, from the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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[*] posted on 19-2-2005 at 00:37


I have only some polymer books.
If someone have interest in them and Axe give me access to the ftp server,I will upload them.

Frontiers in Polymer Chemistry 610page

The Theory of Polymer Dynamics

Polymer characterization - Laboratory techniques and analysis.by konyblack

Advance in Polymerscience

Paul C. Hiemenz's Polymer Chemistry:The Basic Concepts(722page)
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shocked.gif posted on 19-2-2005 at 02:32
Problems????


Problems with the ftp?:(

Is anyone else having the same problem?
I just tried to connect to the ftp and I get that ever annoying message that reads;

Windows cannot access this folder. Make sure you have typed the name correctly and that you have permission to access the folder.

Details;
the connection with the server was reset.

Is the problem me? If not when will the problem be fixed? I have a few new books to add that are just dying to get on the ftp:D:D
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[*] posted on 19-2-2005 at 03:51


Can't access it either. I wait for a while and, bam, operation timed out.

And I was about to upload my copy of Lange's.

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[*] posted on 19-2-2005 at 13:04


axehandle seems to be offline completely. Lets hope he soon comes back.



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[*] posted on 19-2-2005 at 16:13


Since wednesday he is vanish...:o:o:o


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axehandle seems to be offline completely. Lets hope he soon comes back.
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[*] posted on 23-2-2005 at 07:27


Well, I'm off on vacation, and there seems to have been a power outage. Either that or a hardware failure.

Unfortunately I can't push the power button from here.

Back in about 10 days.

Sorry for the inconvenience...




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[*] posted on 24-2-2005 at 04:40


I am glad to hear that everythings ok with YOU axehandle.
The swedish have to much holidays though....
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[*] posted on 24-2-2005 at 06:53


>10 days?
It seems Sweden is really a socialism country
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[*] posted on 5-3-2005 at 21:20


Well Axehandle does not seem to be back yet however the FTP is back up.



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[*] posted on 6-3-2005 at 08:56


It is back up; unfortunately, I am unable to upload to the "upload" folder... :(

Where is axehandle?????

sparky (>_<;)

P.S. Oh and yes, I have an e-book version of Abramowitz and Stegun (it's a math handbook, for the uninitiated) minus the tables. If anyone's interested, I'll upload it along with the Lange's and Perry's that I promised to upload. :D

Please come back, axehandle... pretty please, with strawberries, sherry and whipped cream on top?

P.P.S Browsing the FTP again, I found that someone had uploaded a copy of both the Lange's and Perry's handbooks earlier (it's in the "Books" folder). Sorry for the trouble.



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[*] posted on 22-3-2005 at 22:59


The Merck Index 13th edition.iso is uploaded.


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[*] posted on 23-3-2005 at 02:25


Since this power outage I can download files but not upload anything anymore.



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[*] posted on 23-3-2005 at 11:15
axehandle disapearence


I went ou a while and until now nothing abou axehandle?

I'm waiting my username and password. Anybody besides axehandle give permission to the ftp adress?

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[*] posted on 2-4-2005 at 23:48


I have the same problem. No access. My PM to axehandle has been ignored for 4 weeks since I wrote it.
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[*] posted on 3-4-2005 at 02:17


Axehandle can and will ignore you if he likes to and I believe he's on a break atm.

So please don't harrass the poor chap.




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[*] posted on 3-4-2005 at 06:30


I know that axehandle, don't have any compromise to put anyone in the FTP list. But I sent a message a more than a month, and no reply until today.

Because of that I am asking if has anyone besides axehandle can give the user and the password to the FTP server?

I have many books to share and i'll like to see others to complete some collections.

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[*] posted on 3-4-2005 at 06:33


Sorry!!!!

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The best word is obligation and not compromise like i put in the last post.
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[*] posted on 3-4-2005 at 14:04


gtacchi, could you please post a list with the books you have? That might speed up the things a little bit for you.
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[*] posted on 3-4-2005 at 15:03


I have alot of books to share too.Not just chemistry books....Maths,physics,compsci,biology,etc .If anybody is looking for something let me know.
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