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Hello, does anybody know what has happend to Mim0's website (http://mimo.zxq.net/)? It has been down for several days =(
I need to download the latest main script HFSLIP, File-checker and extension for XP, some reg-files and so-on.
I'm trying to get it from google cache, but everything that I can take are the web pages but not files.
If anybody has these files, please upload it somewhere, where I can download. Thnx.

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I've just changed hosting for my website. The old one (http://www.zymic.com) became extremely unstable and, as you've probably noticed, the website was unavailable very often recently. I hope that the new one (http://www.4ove.com) will be better. Of course, the address http://www.windows2000.tk is the same. Just as a side note, Mim0 also uses Zymic for his site and that's why it's offline at the moment.

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Zymic is still down, and (as usually) no news from them about the current situation.

Mim0, if you're reading this, I'd suggest looking for a different hosting provider. Zymic was OK in the past but starting from this year they've become extremely unreliable.

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Thnx. Now I download updates from list, which was saved by google.

On the Zymic's twitter page the latest message is:

hosting-zymic-com - We are working on getting the sites back online as soon as possible

4 hours ago.

So I hope they will fix needed resources)

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Back from holydays I read this.

If zymic has problems with their service I should put the page to another hoster (http://www.4ove.com ?) and put a redirection to the old site.

But I would like to to see the next days how stable zymic will be now.

CU, Mimo

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Hello,

does anybody know what has happend to Mim0's website?

It has been down for several days :(
I think, Zymic is still down as usual...

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I've been using Google Drive as hosting for my website for some time and have experienced absolutely no problems at all since I switched to it, so I can highly recommend changing hosting or using Google Drive as an alternative one.

Dropbox can also be used as hosting but the problem with it is that there's a download limit, breaking which results in temporary suspension of your public links, while Google Drive hasn't got any such limitation.

The other advantage of this method is that files get automatically updated as you modify them on your computer so it's very convenient (no need to use FTP, etc.).

In my case it's like this:

1. Hosting -> Google Drive

2. URL -> http://gweb.io/ (normally the Google Drive URL is long and ugly)

3. Redirection to gweb.io -> http://www.dot.tk/

4. The final URL -> http://windows2000.tk/

Edited by tomasz86
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The other advantage of this method is that files get automatically updated as you modify them on your computer so it's very convenient (no need to use FTP, etc.).

Very useful to keep a historical set of files, in case the latest mod/update has issues. :unsure:

jaclaz

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Hi, Mimo!

Your Windows XP updates list is missed an info about KB2345886.

To use the features that this update includes, you must have Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2, or update 968389 installed on the computer. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

968389 Extended Protection for Authentication

Both KB970430 and KB2345886 require KB968389, and You noted the info to KB970430, but not to KB2345886.

It looks better to add a line about it.

Your Windows XP updates list is very nice. Thank you. Like yours, I am making a site for Korean.

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Very useful to keep a historical set of files, in case the latest mod/update has issues. :unsure:

jaclaz

Don't worry, that's what I've been doing for a long time :) I always make a backup copy of the last "final" version before starting modifying the files, and also don't make changes live but rather create a separate folder where I copy the files I want to update. This way it's still possible to check the changes online as soon as they've been done without messing around with the current public version of the website. I replace the previous files only after the new version has been completed and is ready to be made public. I also make an offline backup of all my content once a week but this is another story...

In case of emergency Google Drive also offers option to restore previous versions of the files through its Web interface. Unfortunately the implementation is rather poor (compared to Dropbox) but it is there and may come handy sometimes although I'd definitely not rely on it on a daily basis.

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...Your Windows XP updates list is missed an info about KB2345886....

Yes, good hint, THX!!! :)update: done

unfortunately my site ist already/still down... d*mn... :thumbdown

I'm looking for a new hoster...

update: 4ove.com (a recommendation from tomasz) does not send me an activation mail. :(

until I found a new hoster, I use the following URL: http://hsflip.altervista.org/

I have not uploaded all files which should be downloadable from my site - sorry for this inconvenience

also the automatic update mechanism of the file-checker is not working. I have to make an update of the main-script with the new final url...

Edited by Mim0
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...Your Windows XP updates list is missed an info about KB2345886....

Yes, good hint, THX!!! :)update: done

My pleasure. :) Oh, new site is updated not the site at Zymic.

unfortunately my site ist already/still down... d*mn... :thumbdown

According to Zymic Twitter, terrible... too much downtime by heavy traffic, and it happens many times. :thumbdown

However, your site is visible to me now, but it goes down at dawn time (GMT+9), sometimes... more than sometimes.

until I found a new hoster, I use the following URL: http://hsflip.altervista.org/

Oops, "HSFLIP" not "HFSLIP"? The time comes to change the name? :P

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Oops, "HSFLIP" not "HFSLIP"? The time comes to change the name? :P

ehm.... yes :D

I've updated tonight http://mimo.zxq.net and I registered an url at dot.tk (hfslip.tk) with redirection to mimo.zxq.net but it doesn't working - probably it needs some time...

I will use another hoster with more stablility asap!

I will

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I've updated tonight http://mimo.zxq.net and I registered an url at dot.tk (hfslip.tk) with redirection to mimo.zxq.net but it doesn't working - probably it needs some time...

dot.tk is too slow and it doesn't sometimes connect to the webpage.

cz.cc is the other choice.

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Other bug (marked in red):

Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2003
This update (KB953432) resolves an issue where Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 behaves unexpectedly in some circumstances.
The optional KB2449798 replaces the security update KB980373.

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I was looking at this site Windows XP Post SP3 High-Priority Updates (x86) and found a few update that were missing from mimOs site and I was wondering why.

August 2013
Update for Windows XP (KB2863058)
Version: 2863058
Date Published: 8/12/2013
File name: WindowsXP-KB2863058-x86-ENU.exe
File size: 519 KB
KB Articles: KB2863058

Security Update for Windows XP (KB2849470)
Version: 2849470
Date Published: 8/12/2013
File name: WindowsXP-KB2849470-x86-ENU.exe
File size: 789 KB
KB Articles: KB2849470
Security bulletins: MS13-062

September 1, 2013
Security Update for Windows XP (KB975254)
Version: 975254
Date Published: 10/12/2009
File name: WindowsXP-KB975254-x86-ENU.exe
File size: 532 KB
KB Articles: KB975254
Security bulletins: MS09-053

October 2013
Security Update for Windows XP (KB2883150)
Version: 2883150
Date Published: 10/7/2013
File name: WindowsXP-KB2883150-x86-ENU.exe
File size: 1.4 MB
KB Articles: KB2883150
Security bulletins: MS13-081

Thanks.

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Hmmm. at least one (the TZ Cumulative Update) seems to be indicated in the -other- list. I'm not sure if all of this cross-checking is getting you anywhere. BOTH are good.

Maybe you should look at the fact that -X- has "latest" list at top and "obsolete/replaced" next, -and- the "ChangeLog" is listed at the end whereas Mim0 "ChangeLog" list is side-by-side. The reason -X- does it the way he does is to easily accommodate the BAT script construction (look at it - it functions top-down).

ICYMI, Kudos to -both- of you for your excellent record-keeping. :thumbup

edit - and in case anyone else missed it, Members collaborate with one another. ;)

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Ok. I see. The change log makes it clear.

Sorry, I should of checked that first.

Thanks mimo and submix8c.

I like the avatar! submix8c

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