Just made my first salt free wholemeal loaf in the breadmaker. Perfect! Thank you SO much for sharing this. We don’t take salt for a variety of reasons so always find it unpleasant in anything, including bread. This loaf is delicious. Many more to follow! 🙂🙂🙂
Your a lifesaver. Thanks.
I realise it’s a long time since you published this recipe, but I just tried it and it turned out very well.
I used the wholemeal recipe with spelt flour. I also used a capful of lemon juice which is my alternative to vitamin C powder as a yeast enhancer (also easier to get).
I think the bread might take some getting used to for some people as it doesn’t have that "Wow! Freshly-made bread!" flavour. But, to me, it tastes fine and, let’s face it, one rarely eats bread by itself so by the time one adds something the difference is not so great.
I am also grateful that the recipe saves me two tablespoons of sugar over my normal recipe!
you are a lifesaver. got a 16th birthday party this week, couldn’t find instructions, now all will be good. Thankyou!
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Niko - sorry, I haven’t measured it.
Comment from: Niko [Visitor]
thanks for this thread. What is your netto throughput with the usb ethernet gigabit adapter?
I also have tried this with an TP-Link UE300 usb gigabit ethernet adapter. But my maximum troughput from my PC via 1GBit LAN to the Raspberry Pi2 was 12,8MB/sec. Far away from the numbers from the contribution….
I’m thinking about changing to the TRENDnet USB 3.0 Gigabit adapter.
Comment from: Kunou [Visitor]
Oh, thanks! That same site you mentioned talks about a more expensive, lower quality USB adapter. I was wondering if that EXACT adapter you got would work. Now I am going to buy it. Thanks. :)
Thanks David, We had this issue with a Plesk server, same but different errors; - has been an issue we have encountered a few times over the past few years, but this has resolved it!
(104)Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server.
Premature end of script headers: index.php.
Server is running nginx proxy in-front of Apache, with FastCGI PHP served via Apache
In response to: How to schedule an email autoresponder with cPanel
Comment from: Stephen [Visitor]
This is great and I would love to edit this if I knew what I was doing. I made the autoresponder in cPanel to start a certain day at 6:00pm and end at 9:30am the next morning. I would love to have this and weekends configured for the autoresponder. Is there any way you could help me?
Oh yes…! Same as the original recipe, and I’ve now edited the post to include that. Thank you.
What about yeast?!
there is an error-message when I submit the data in the subscription form.
It seems like the email variable is empty or something like this.
I cannot post the message here due to the posting restictions here :(
Do you have any idea?
Thank you in advance!
Thank you soooooo much!!!!!!
I searched many, many hours over the internet for this problem which I have about an year!!!! Now it is solved!!!!
Amazing!!! huh!!! :))
I’m so happy that there exist a people like you David…!!!
Thank you again & keep the great work!!!!
You are a genius man, you save some hair in my head.
Line 28 of MGBT_phplist.php has:
tep_db_connect(’localhost’, PHPLIST_DB_USER, PHPLIST_DB_PASSWORD, PHPLIST_DB);
change ‘localhost’ to your database server address
You could create a constant for it, and define that in the define file, if you wanted to be neat + tidy.
I am about to use your phplist module for a new project and want to use another phplist database server than the magento db server.
Where and how should I define the database server address?
There’s no option for that one in the define file.
Puples - I think it would need more work for a Multi-site install. You’d have to detect which site was using the script, and redirect to a different table / database. Sorry.
It works well thank you!
If I use a multisite install, do you think it is possible to use this feature with two install phplist and the various lists in magento?
Thank you in advance :)
Thank you. It’s working
Roger - I don’t think that’s the issue, it’s gzip vs zip downloads that is the problem.