There is something a bit peculiar about this implementation of Typo. For instance, the bug about having NULL values in the text-filter column in the article tables i in the typo database has not been resolved. Thus, I had to actually go in and fix that. Fortunately with MySQL-front I was able to identify the culprit and followed the instructions here to fix it.
The default theme is now Azure, again. I wished they stick with the Kubrick theme. But the good new is that the way themes are set up now, switching between themes is simple enough.
I really like the new static web page cache generation thing. This saves a lot of time from having to dynamically generate files that have been requested before.
Anyway, I am going to try to fix the corruption and posix error for files stored in the typo/public/files folder. This has been something that has been bugging me for some time. It seems that I must have screwed something up somewhere because now all my images that I uploaded will not work! This is really really weird.
This seems to be pretty serious. I have not been able to fix it yet. Right now, as long as I try to serve any image larger than 40kb in size, it gets truncated. Apache's error logs do not report anything other than a 200 request (which means that the request was good; also the bytes it transmitted corresponds to the actual file size). However, in Safari and other browsers, you get the error of Posix Error: Connection reset by peer! What gives? Some people on the web are having this problem too but theirs seems to be connected to php somewhat.
For a simple test, try loading this and see if there are any errors.Tweet
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