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    Exclamation Blogging Windows vs openSuSe Problems!...

    This doesn't make any sense other than the xmlrpc for openSuSe isn't working. I'm running openSuSe 11.2 (php 5.2.10) and Windows Xp Pro (php 5.2.11) in a VBox. I'm using "Filter Default 6.x-1.x-dev" and I have Drupal installed on my windows exactly as my openSuse. Both use the same MySql Database.

    On my Windows VM, I can blogg using ScribeFire or WLW and everything fine posting fullHtml, but bogging from any OS straight to my openSuSe, my tags are trashed and it seems it try's to add more tags.

    This is how my set looks:
    Windows Vista Ultimate (192.168.0.101)
    --------VBox
    -------------Guest - Windows XP Pro (192.168.0.102)
    and
    ----Server - openSuse 11.2 (192.168.0.100)
    --------VBox
    ------------Guest - openSuse 11.2 (Drupal Development) (192.168.56.103)
    ------------Guest - openSuse 11.2 (Drupal Production) (192.168.56.104)
    ------------Guest - openSuse 11.2 (MySql Database) (192.168.56.105)

    Could this be a openSuse problem?

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    Arrow Re: Blogging Windows vs openSuSe Problems!...

    Sample post.

    Before:
    <div id="highlight"> <p>Drupal is being developed to be web server independent, but we have limited or no reports of successful use on web servers not listed here.</p> <p>The total file size of your Drupal installation will depend on what you add to your site, but Drupal <em>core</em> files alone will take up approximately 2 to 3 MB uncompressed. The exact size depends on the version of Drupal you have installed.</p></div>
    After:
    <p>div id=&quot;highlight&quot; pDrupal is being developed to be web server independent, but we have limited or no reports of successful use on web servers not listed here. /pThe total file size of your Drupal installation will depend on what you add to your site, but Drupal emcore/em files alone will take up approximately 2 to 3 MB uncompressed. The exact size depends on the version of Drupal you have installed. div</p>

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