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On Mon, 2011-11-28 at 18:52 -0500, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:
On the CMS system:
"Sending request to" mean?

Is it uploading the file or is requesting that the file to be uploaded?

Sending the file - or pieces of it would be more likely. But if the file
is more then 30 megs (maybe it's 32) it will fail.

After about 1.5 hours, I still have this message showing, but the bar 
showing how much of the action has taken place or how much of a 
percentage of the time needed to do the item has been completed.  I have 
3 and 1/2 stars out of 7[?] on the bottom bar of the Firefox 3.x browser 
on Ubuntu 10.04LTS.

how big is the file?

I am doing a FTP upload right now [with this "CMS site request"], so my 
Broadband's upload speed is maxed out at 120K+ .  It takes a long time 
to upload files.  3 GB could take 9 hours to upload while it takes less 
than 20 minutes to download the same amount.

So I have set up the Filezilla FTP client to do its job several hours 
ago to upload the 3.4.4 install files for Windows/Linux/MacOSX.  I am 
finally updated the "" 3.4.3 pages to 3.4.4 installs 
for both Windows-only and Win/Linux/Mac pages.  I am uploading the W-L-M 
installs now, and tomorrow the Win-only installs with the install and 
dictionary updated page files for both versions.

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