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    PHP Pix Place Server available!

    I have a php Pic Server here: humpa_mms.zip
    Read the readme.txt - there is nothing to edit, though you will have to chmod 777 the pics and videos directories!
    However, you may want to set Your Name and email address (this is only used as the From addy when sending pic as email, and is not needed).

    It should work without any modifications.
    It saves pics and videos, and it will also forward to an email address.
    If you attach a voice record to the pic message, that is saved too.
    If you include text, it is saved as the caption (for pics and videos) - if there is no text, but there is a Subject, then that becomes the caption.
    I have customized it a bit for the V710 (I only have it check for 3g2 videos and qcp audio attachments), but pics and captions should work with any phonecam.

    I use a variation of this on my phonecam page (in my signature), but here is a test of my humpa_mms package:
    www.humpa.com/humpa_mms

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    I meant to tell you last night that I got that running smoothly.
    Thanks again for your help!

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    perfecto!

    just downloaded to my laptop (in class). unzipped, uploaded to server at home. set up setting on v710. took picture. sent picture. downloaded picture from home to laptop. viola!

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    PHP PIx Server help!!!

    What do i need to get this working? Please help with phone settings and server setup.

    -Thanks

    JM2005

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    thanks! i gotta try this out later

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    Re: PHP PIx Server help!!!

    Originally posted by JM2005
    What do i need to get this working? Please help with phone settings and server setup.

    -Thanks

    JM2005
    You need to install a webserver (Apache preferably, but IIS would work). Also, you need to install PHP and then configure the webserver to use PHP.

    Of course, being able to contact your computer is also dependent that it is on publically available on the internet, not behind a router or NAT. Also, if you have any sort of firewall-ing (explicit or implied through ISP or NAT), you'll need to forward port 80.

    Am I forgetting anything?

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    Can someone please post step by step instructions for how to do this. Thank You.

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    This assumes your webserver is good to go (PHP, Apache, etc...):

    1. go to your public_html directory and create a directory (call it what you want...I called mine "mms". We'll call your's "mms" as well for this setup example.

    2. unzip humpa's files and dump them into your "mms" directory. Those files should include 2 folders (pics and videos), and 4 .PHP files (class.phpmailer.php; get_public.php; index.php; mmslib.php)

    NOTE: now you need to CHMOD the "Pics" and "Videos" subdirectories. There are a number of different ways to do this. Basically right click each folder in your FTP program and you should see CHMOD. Click it and make sure they say 777. It'll make sense if you see it.

    3. [you may need a seem edit (or two)for this step -I'll assume it's already done. This also assumes you have a working web session]

    Menu>Messenging>Message Setup>Pix Message Setup>Server Info>Menu>Edit. Then:
    Service Name: "whatever you want
    Server Name: http://www.yourdomain.com/mss/get_public.php
    Web Session: Choose your personal Web session. If you have multiple sessions, just pick one.

    *obviously "yourdomain" is the name of your website!

    4. That's all! Send pics to email addresses or to your Pix Place. Your Pix Place is found at http://www.yourdomain.com/mss

    5. You'll see that the email portion may be customized to humpa's settings. You may edit these to fit your own likings. Such edits include:

    -in class.phpmailer.php, lines 61 and 67

    -in get_public.php, lines 12, 13, 129-136, 140, 144, 149, 156, 158, 160

    Hope that helps and please anyone, fill in any gaps I left out
    Last edited by justincase; 03-03-2005 at 05:46 PM.

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    Exclamation

    Quote Originally Posted by justincase
    Does anyone remember what this field should be filled out with before any mods are done to the phone????

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    Question Need some help

    Whats up? First off thank you very much for this very cool script!! This is awesome.

    I'm having some trouble getting this script to display correctly on my site...
    http://badbread.net/pictures.php uses QDig, a php image gallery.

    I would like to use Qdig in conjunction with this script to resize the images to fit since I can't find anything in Humpa's script that resize's images or sets a maximum width or height for an image: http://www.badbread.net/mms/index.php
    There you can see it over lapping the frame on the page.

    When I associate Qdig with the files uploaded by send.php they display off center, with no thumbnails and off the page. Is there some type of coding going into the .jpg's it uploads that is prohibiting Qdig from displaying them correctly?

    Thanks and if I am missing any details you need let me know.

    Jay

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    Quote Originally Posted by badbread
    Whats up? First off thank you very much for this very cool script!! This is awesome.

    I'm having some trouble getting this script to display correctly on my site...
    http://badbread.net/pictures.php uses QDig, a php image gallery.

    I would like to use Qdig in conjunction with this script to resize the images to fit since I can't find anything in Humpa's script that resize's images or sets a maximum width or height for an image: http://www.badbread.net/mms/index.php
    There you can see it over lapping the frame on the page.

    When I associate Qdig with the files uploaded by send.php they display off center, with no thumbnails and off the page. Is there some type of coding going into the .jpg's it uploads that is prohibiting Qdig from displaying them correctly?

    Thanks and if I am missing any details you need let me know.

    Jay
    You need to add the styles from my style.css file to default.css file you are using - that should fix the centering problem.

    For the image size, I have changed that now.
    The original pic is not affected - it is saved just as you sent it from your phone. But, you now set the max-display-width in the functions.php. You can change this value anytime you want, the original image is not affected, instead a new image is generated and cached when it is viewed.

    You can just download the files again, and just take the functions.php and index.php. Or, I can send them to you if you want.

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    Humpa...

    I am suffering from the same issue as sonicWRX..

    I've noticed that with 640x pictures it get's to 99% and dies..
    i step down a notch to 320x and it take the first one in.. no problem.


    and now i've noticed a directory issue that i'll investigate myself

    http://mms.thatsricci.com


    thanks for any input.

    -jgricci

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    This is so sweet

    got it to work as far as sending a pic and being able to view it. but i cannot get it to send a video to my site. it gets an error at like 95-95% and says unable to send.... any suggestions? thanks.

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    Thanks for the help Guys! I didnt know i had to edit the seem? i need to learn about that then before i setup the rest.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Awesome!

    It worked flawless

    Now if only you could make this a plugin for WordPress.org Blog software

    Jef

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