notfordmanBcav, even though this thread began at a earlier date. The visual guide is really helpful, I think. Thanks dude! Thinking this should be stickied in the FaH important links.
bcavnaughHFM.NET 0.9.8.615 was released Download as posted Monday, May 15, 2017 10:16 PM above in Post #6 32 Days Ago. Everyone Knows that you DO NOT USE a SPACE in a Password.
RanmacanadaIf you don't have your own webserver, you can do the same thing with dropbox apparently. http://www.overclock.net/t/1426334/guide-hfm-net-guide-for-use-with-dropbox-and-f-h-v7-optional-ftp-settings The guide here has almost as nice pictures as Bcavnaugh's guide, but is not as dummy proof. Most of the steps appear to be very similar.
ProDigitI honestly haven't heard of many applications that allow a space in a password, for most passwords a-z, A-Z, 0-9, and certain characters can be used. Some sites or programs require no spaces in usernames, and suggest to use an underscore. So I don't think it was a rude comment. For many it's seen as common knowledge, whether it be corrected or incorrect.
marcosmaxiIf you don't have your own webserver, you can do the same thing with dropbox apparently.
ProDigitAny similar software for Linux?Also, does it work over the internet/WAN (eg: server at home, checking up on it from work), or does it only work on an internal LAN/Ethernet network (eg: check server in attic, on laptop from livingroom couch below)?