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I have already attempted to download the mission twice. The first time it downloaded the mission it didn't work for unknown reasons. The 2nd time I downloaded it the file was only 124 megabytes. The missions would not show up in the mission list in the actual game.

 

Any help please, I really want to play this mission SOOOO BAD!

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Can you tell if you have a Windows or Linux system? I seem to remember that you have to be careful with upper case letters in the Linux version. In that case Tels is the guy to talk to.

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Hi,

Try downloading each individual mission, and dropping them in the "fms" folder.

 

www.marcuszuhr.com/NHAT/forest.pk4

www.marcuszuhr.com/NHAT/politics.pk4

www.marcuszuhr.com/NHAT/anoott.pk4

 

Marcus,

 

your server delivers as a mime-type not something like "application/octet-stream" or "application/x-zip", but instead text/html.

 

That means simply clicking these links (or copy&paste into the URL bar) will display them in the browser instead asking for "where to save". Not to mention this can cause havoc on downloads (if the browser thinks this is text, not binary, it might corrupt the file)

 

Here is a tutorial on how to fix this:

 

http://www.besthostratings.com/articles/mime-types-htaccess.html

 

Simply add a .htaccess file and add this line to it:

 

AddType  application/octet-stream  .pk4

 

I wish I could mirror these files for you but I am out of space.

"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man." -- George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

 

"Remember: If the game lets you do it, it's not cheating." -- Xarax

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Marcus,

 

your server delivers as a mime-type not something like "application/octet-stream" or "application/x-zip", but instead text/html.

 

That means simply clicking these links (or copy&paste into the URL bar) will display them in the browser instead asking for "where to save". Not to mention this can cause havoc on downloads (if the browser thinks this is text, not binary, it might corrupt the file)

 

Here is a tutorial on how to fix this:

 

http://www.besthostr...s-htaccess.html

 

Simply add a .htaccess file and add this line to it:

 

AddType  application/octet-stream  .pk4

 

I wish I could mirror these files for you but I am out of space.

 

 

Wait, so what do I do?

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