Well that was annoying, my ubuntu glitched out and I had to poke it for two hours to get it to work, but finally I can acces the notes I wrote down yesterday.
First of all, bionic beaver is the version, easier to remember then 18.04 but it may have been smart to say the number instead, secondly, I indeed meant file manager, for some reason I had roller in my head.
I first used the old precompiled version, then compiled it in the stable branch and then in the development version, with each one I attempted to connect it to peruse, and all three seemed to work, though I may have mistyped
SAFENETWORKJS_TESTS=testing seeing how it didn’t use anywhere near 400 puts.
Then I moved the .txt file I was writing notes into to SAFE/_public/tests/data1 and marveled as the console was filled with text at an unreadable rate and opened it into the text editor.
I edited said text file in the text editor and tried saving but got an error
Cannot handle "file:" locations in write mode. Please check that you typed the location correctly and try again.
NOTE, I am redoing them to be sure this is what happened and suddenly the file seems to be empty, though the console also has not printed anything after
socked disconnected, tried restarting the program and the file still is empty:scream:, still not getting large amounts of texts though, maybe I forgot a parameter
So I edited the original file and simple dragged it over and clicked the replace button you always get when transferring same-named files and get an error shortly after, with under more details finding
Error renaming temporary file: Operation not supported
Hope that helps… somehow, and don’t forget to ask for specific things if you want them, I don’t know which logs and commands to use/send and I’ll try to get you whatever you need asap.