On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 16:19, Adrian Rea <adrian@...> wrote:
> Just a thought but could you not split the 45Mb file into 3 or more
> chunks and reassemble it on the server? If you cannot unzip a a
> multi-file zip on the server, then zip certain large folders
> individually, remove them from the local site, then zip the remainder.
> Upload and unzip the last zip on the server, then uzip the other
> directories within the new structure.
> I hope that is understandable?
Problem is that in this case, I'm working remotely with an actual
"Aunt Martha". I don't have access to their remote desktop since
they'd have to make modifications to their home router/firewall to
allow incoming connections. And asking them to figure out how to
install Windows software that would split a unix .tar.gz file into
smaller chunks is out of the question.
Due to some other bug I cannot figure out, they cannot export a gramps
package since it doesn't put any of the images into the .gpkg file.
This means I cannot do it for them.
I think we need to figure out a way where our users can submit a
.tar.gz file over 15mb in size, or else provide some other type of
option from within GRAMPS where they can "publish" their web site to