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polywogs
May 17th, 2008, 01:57 PM
Content Manager says I've exceded 100mb in one day on a dial up. Can I have access to the source code because this creates new laws of physics that need to be examined. Applied to energy a barrel of oil could magically become four barrels. Two miles could be eight. A foul ball could be a home run.

johnwhelan
May 17th, 2008, 02:58 PM
Content Manager says I've exceded 100mb in one day on a dial up. Can I have access to the source code because this creates new laws of physics that need to be examined. Applied to energy a barrel of oil could magically become four barrels. Two miles could be eight. A foul ball could be a home run.

No what it is saying is you have selected something like a layout that has more than 100 MB of dependencies so it won't allow you to downlead anything. It's just the way the system works. Choices are either buy a first class ticket for $10 for a year or download with ftp but then you'll need to do the same for every dependency, takes a lot of time up.

Cheerio John

BStyles
May 17th, 2008, 03:24 PM
No what it is saying is you have selected something like a layout that has more than 100 MB of dependencies so it won't allow you to downlead anything. It's just the way the system works. Choices are either buy a first class ticket for $10 for a year or download with ftp but then you'll need to do the same for every dependency, takes a lot of time up.

Cheerio John
What it actually means is that you can't download anymore stuff for one day; wait until tomorrow. Buy a first class ticket if you don't want to wait polywogs

bernhart_lossiemouth
May 17th, 2008, 03:45 PM
What it actually means is more likely to be the first answer by Johnathon Whelan of Canada, because you have snail pace internet and this makes more sense. However, if you have managed to download 100mb on dial up, then BStyles of the opposing, rival nation, the USofA is more likely to be right. Please settle the confrontation before someone crosses a border.

The immigration side of Bernie.

Veristek
May 17th, 2008, 05:01 PM
I downloaded the UMR First Snow route, and it had more than 100 MB of assets. I did just fine with CMP downloading them with the 100 MB a day limit.

Its extremely simple. I just leave my computer on overnight to download my 100 MB per day quota while I sleep. So far, I've downloaded 1 gigabyte from the DLS this way.