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Got a quick question: How do you open Joomla! with iPage.com? Thanks for any response. Another question I got... I use ws_ftp le for file uploads but am frustrated as it timesout after non-use for 300 seconds..

I have looked at the settings to see if I can increase the time but to no avail..

Can anyone advise me how to do it?.

Thanx,..

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

If you have windows xp why not use that, go to ftp.domainname.com and then right click on the 'white area' of the screen and then login and put your password there, and all you have to do when done is minimize it..

Comment #2

If you have windows xp why not use that, go to ftp.domainname.com and then right click on the 'white area' of the screen and then login and put your password there, and all you have to do when done is minimize it..

Or if you have access to samba and the root, install samba on the server then make a connection to it, and use it as drive letters on your desktop..

Comment #3

Thanx john - mibble..

What is samba?.

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Yesudo.com.

: 14 February 2004, 02:04..

Comment #4

I use ws_ftp le for file uploads but am frustrated as it timesout after non-use for 300 seconds..

I have looked at the settings to see if I can increase the time but to no avail..

Can anyone advise me how to do it?.

Thanx,..

Comment #5

Hi Emmett,.

Timeout settings for the client is set in the server. If you own and installed the server then it's just a setting in the admin/configuration section. If not your going to have to convince your host provider to extend the 5 minute default of inactivity on the client..

Good luck..

Tom.

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OceanRanch.

: 13 February 2004, 22:43..

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This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.