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From "Mehyar Badii" <mehyar.ba...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ChainSaw - accessing a file on a VM
Date Thu, 14 Aug 2008 13:36:10 GMT
:-) Yes, all 5 are needed when using FireFox and also in ChainSaw. Internet
Explorer and Windows Explorer do with 2!
I tried your suggestion (no passwords) and no success. Any other
suggestions?
Best regards,
Mehyar

2008/8/14 Jacob Kjome <hoju@visi.com>

> On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 13:24:26 +0200
>  "Aux Board" <auxboard@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Greetings!
>>
>> Sorry to ask a somewhat trivial question, but I am using ChainSaw to
>> display
>> logging information on a VM using LogFilePatternReceiver. I am setting the
>> fileURL in the following manner and it works fine:
>>  file://///192.168.1.100/log/xxx.log
>>
>
> Interesting, this works?  I've never seen the file: protocol used in a way
> where it passes an IP address.  I've also never seen 5 slashes used after
> the protocol.  Are you sure all of them are needed?  I guess if it works, it
> works.
>
>
>> However, to access this log file I am requested to login to the VM (I work
>> around it by opening the above location using Windows Explorer which
>> prompts
>> me for a logon). Is there a way that I can enter the userid and password
>> from within the above statement? Also if that's possible, what if there is
>> no password for a given userid? How can I specify a null password?
>>
>>
> I would think it would be similar to providing it for http: URLs....
>
> file://///username:password@192.168.1.100/log/xxx.log
>
> ...or just...
>
> file://///username@192.168.1.100/log/xxx.log
>
>  Thank you,
>> Doost
>>
>
> Jake
>
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