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Mar 19, 2007 00:55 # 44105

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On FTP; Place and Manner of Articulation

Dear Journal,

It seems that trying to upload a file via FTP does not work in the public library. I'm wondering if this is common in most public libraries.

A friend once told me that public libraries turn certain ports off that, otherwise would be on in other cases.

Secondly, it seems that when replacing the limp-lint file with linp-limt, I hear no difference in the consonant replacement concerning the moving of "m" to "n's" place and vice-versa. I'm asked why this would be and have yet to discover the "why."

Regarding the latter, I think it may have to do with the place of articulation for both the alveolar-nasalized "n" and the bilabial-nasalized "m."

For, the "n" sound in this case, the tip of the tongue touches the alveolar ridge and that isn't far from the upper and bottom lips as far as m's place of articulation is concerned.

There, I've gone into too much detail again. Possible the technical words have placated the process of thinking in simple terms. This may lead to more confusion than anything.

Let me try my experiment again, tomorrow.

I love reading Russian Literature!!!

Mar 19, 2007 08:07 # 44106

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Re: On FTP; Place and Manner of Articulation

It seems that trying to upload a file via FTP does not work in the public library. I'm wondering if this is common in most public libraries.

A friend once told me that public libraries turn certain ports off that, otherwise would be on in other cases.

Have you tried Passive FTP?

When life hands you a lemon, that's 40% of your RDA of vitamin C taken care of.

Mar 20, 2007 01:47 # 44114

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Passive FTP, still too "passive."

Have you tried Passive FTP?

I tried passive FTP, but I still end up with the same results as before I tried passive FTP i.e. Passive FTP remains too "passive."

FYI, I'm using FTP Core Lite.

Thank your for the link. I like that webpage, it helped me when I needed advice on swim workouts. Can't wait to hit the pool again.

I love reading Russian Literature!!!

Mar 20, 2007 08:13 # 44117

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Re: Passive FTP, still too "passive."

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FYI, I'm using FTP Core Lite.

Hmm, I've never used that program, but it seems your library computer is behind a rather restrictive firewall or proxy. You could try to find some free "ftp over http"-style proxy service, but if you ask nicely you might also be able to find somebody at the library who's familiar with the network.

When life hands you a lemon, that's 40% of your RDA of vitamin C taken care of.

Mar 22, 2007 15:26 # 44158

smashedmotif * replies...

Re: Passive FTP, still too "passive."

Yeah, I found out the problem.

Me.

That's sort of true. I somehow had made a new profile for FTP and then my original profile was subfiled under it. Once I deleted the new profile, my original profile was all that remained. From then on I was in FTP land.

I love reading Russian Literature!!!


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