Usually, this happens with files being loaded into the library don’t have the required regular expression pattern that XBMC is looking for, when it loads files into the library. That regular expression is usually in the form of anything_s01e02 for example (season number, and episode number). When this occurs, you may still view the episodes but you have to go through the “Files” way of viewing it; not through your TV’s library (like the other TV episodes themselves).
After going through XBMC wiki’s page regarding “Naming video files/TV shows,” here’s the NzbDrone settings that I use now to rename my Anime episode files:
I am working on a project that requires high-level users to be able to upload more than the default WordPress file-upload limit. I’ve done this in the past but I have set it to a multi-domain setting. Meaning that it encompasses all of my domains being hosted in a particular Dreamhost user account.
I wanted to only increase the file size (again) to something much larger than I’ve had before but only for a particular subdomain; as I was using it for staging. Here’s the process that I took to make that happen.1
Well, after searching for hours and hours, I have finally found a solution to a small but troublesome problem. The problem (if you call it that) occurs when I tried connecting to my work’s VPN. Rather than not using my work’s gateway when connected, OSX does this by default. Hence, you can see and hit your internal IPs but not resolve the rest of the internet.
In Windows XP, this may be disabled via the following:
Open Network Connections
Under Virtual Private Network, open the Properties of your connection
Click and open Properties for “Internet Protocal (TCP/IP)”
Click on Advanced
Disable “Use default gateway on remote network”
Hit OK, OK, and then you’re done
Although it’s easy in Windows XP, I couldn’t figure it out for OSX. I searched and search to finally get this article from macosxhints, Avoid Creating PPTP Default Routes. The hints at the very bottom of the comments helped somewhat, but didn’t get me to view my internal IPs—which was the reverse of the original problem. Luckily, with a little bit more search, I landed on this article page by Christian Stocker on Changing default routes on OSX on VPN. Though it was the same as the previous page from macosxhints, I saw this short and sweet reply which happen to have fixed everything:
lonnie @ 22.08.2006 19:22 CEST
Internet Connect 1.4.2 has
Connect Menu -> Options…
|X| Send all traffic over VPN connection
Unchecking should do the same.
I hope this article could be of help, and save those who are looking for the same solution sanity and time.