Strange Konqueror Problem

Tony Sivori TonySivori at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 7 00:37:20 GMT 2010


Reinhold Rumberger wrote:

> On Sunday 07 February 2010, Tony Sivori wrote: <snipping the whole
> thing, since this is probably related to something completely
> different...>
> 
> It's been a while, so I didn't remember this straight away: Could you
> have a look at the URL in Konqueror when you try to open the file (both
> working and non-working). If the non-working contains "media:/" or
> something similar, that might be a problem (there are some problems in
> KDE related to encapsulating KIO slaves).

The path to the non-working copies does contain "system:/media/".

> If that doesn't yield anything conclusive, try opening both files with
> the following URL in Konqueror (manually typing them in, if necessary,
> making sure that no protocol apart from "tar" is specified): tar:/<path
> to .war>/index.html
> 
>   --Reinhold

Ok, this path (in Konqueror):

tar:/media/sdb2/Backup_sdb2/Documents/ArchivedWeb/testfile.war

results in a look inside the tar file. It doesn't show the web page, but
rather its components. Lots of jpegs, gifs, a css and js file.

Rereading you instructions I realized I inadvertently left off
/index.html.

Ah! Shortening the above link to:

tar:/media/sdb2/Backup_sdb2/Documents/ArchivedWeb

<enter>

results in what looks like an instant redirect to:

/media/sdb2/Backup_sdb2/Documents/ArchivedWeb

Which shows the content of that folder. When I try the copied file using
the above link, it opens normally!

Two odd things I noticed. The above link leaves "system" out of the path.
And Konqueror is not displaying my chosen default of Detailed List View,
it looks like the fresh install default of Icon View.

Typing the path exactly as you suggested:

tar:/media/sdb2/Backup_sdb2/Documents/ArchivedWeb/testfile.war/index.html

also opens the file as the desired web page.

Thank you, that solves the problem in that it provides a practical work
around.

-- 
Tony Sivori
Due to spam, I'm filtering all Google Groups posters. 




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