Thanks, that is another of those bloody URLs that should say www2 instead
of www. I could have sworn I fixed that one (because I knew about it) but
it doesn't seem to have been fixed. So I've added a patch just for that
on the update server.
On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, Richard Harris wrote:
> I've just downloaded the 2.2.2 version and when I try to register it gives this error:
> HTTP Error 404: Not Found
> From: CcpNmr software mailing list [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Wayne Boucher [[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 12:47 PM
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> Subject: 2.2.2 and 3.0.0 releases
> At the end of last week I changed the stable release for the Format
> Converter and for Analysis from being 2.1.5 to 2.2.2.
> Updating Analysis from inside Analysis will not work because of our web
> server changing names recently, so you will have to go to the website if
> you want to download:
> So far there are pre-compiled releases for 64-bit Linux, OSX >= 10.6
> (although I haven't tried running it on 10.7 but I assume/hope it will run
> there) and for Windows.
> There have been a few tweaks since I first put the releases on the
> For Windows, it turns out we were using some third party Python library
> called win32api to determine the drives on the computer, and this caused
> at least one person some problem (we could see from a bug report) so I
> have changed the code to use some arcane Python standard library way of
> doing the same thing (unbelievably there is not just a simple call to do
> For Linux, it turned out that Fedora 12 (and quite possibly other Fedora
> versions) was looking for the Tk library using the wrong file name (who
> knows why) so I've added in a symbolic link (to the correct file name) to
> keep Fedora happy.
> On the ChemBuild front, the first "official" release of that is now at:
> This (so far) does not include any of the third party software you need
> (Python, Qt, PySide) so that should be installed with package managers.
> On a technical note, it turns out that the way our new website works, you
> don't always get the current state of the webpage even if you hit the
> Reload button in your browser. This is just a cache problem. It turns
> out there is a more serious reload option which in theory does do a
> Chrome: Shift+Reload or Shift+F5
> Firefox: Shift+Reload or Ctrl+Shift+R (Shift+F5 does nothing)
> MSIE 8: Ctrl+Reload or Ctrl+F5 (Shift+Reload/Shift+F5 does nothing)
> (I'm not sure about Safari.) If you have a Mac keyboard you might need to
> substitue Cmd for Ctrl. Anyway, the bottom line is if I mention that such
> and such is on our website, you might not see it unless you do the above.
> (I'm told by the sysadmins for the web server that it can take half an
> hour for the cache to sort itself out, but I think it was longer than that
> at least once that I remember.)