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Mike Bourdet

Installing SlimFTPd 3.16 on 3.5-Apollo

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As I was installing SlimFTPd v 3.16 on the Uniserver 3.5-Apollo, I couldn't figure out why i was getting the message "Windows cannot find 'diskw/home/admin/program/uniserv.exe'. :)

 

I looked for answers here on the forum but found no clues. Then I realized that in previous versions of Uniform Server, the folder that is mounted as disk W:/ was called "diskw" but in 3.5 it is called "udrive".

 

I edited the Start SlimFTPd.bat file as follows:

Original:

 

start diskw/home/admin/program/uniserv.exe "diskw/plugins/SlimFTPd/SlimFTPd.exe"

 

New:

 

start udrive/home/admin/program/uniserv.exe "udrive/plugins/SlimFTPd/SlimFTPd.exe"

 

It worked! :D

 

To shut down properly, I needed to change the Stop SlimFTPd.bat file as follows:

Original:

diskw\home\admin\program\pskill.exe SlimFTPd.exe c

 

New:

udrive\home\admin\program\pskill.exe SlimFTPd.exe c

 

To some of you, I am sure this was elementary, but I had to figure it out. So I am sharing it in hopes of helping others.

 

I have attached the changed batch files for those that want them. Extract the files into the folder where Start.bat and the others are.

 

Cheers!

Start_and_Stop_SlimFTPd_batch_files.zip

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Thanks for the information.

 

There is a newer version of SlimFTPd (V3.181)

 

Take a look at this Wiki page

 

And this page is worth a visit FileZilla Server also on the Wiki

 

All the best

Ric :)

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