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Null httpd rox wrapper (beta version)
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GuestToo
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PostPosted: Thu 11 Aug 2005, 02:18    Post subject:  Null httpd rox wrapper (beta version)  

Null httpd rox wrapper

this puts a wrapper icon in my-roxapps

click the icon to start/stop/restart the httpd server
drag the icon to the desktop if you want a shortcut
right click the icon for Help or to Uninstall
or for other menu items (configure, show server)

there's also a command line program to start/stop/restart the server, called httpd-server

this is a beta version ... not thoroughly tested

version 0.0.2:
the server runs as user nobody or as user root
httpdwrapper.pup
Description  Null httpd rox wrapper
pup

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klhrevolutionist


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PostPosted: Thu 11 Aug 2005, 19:28    Post subject: another great one  

Again G@ great job, however when trying to put up wiclear another wiki
it seems there is an error as follows,

The file or function 'http://172.2.25.25.2/root/wiclear/wiclear/install/' could not be found.

if anybody reads this, am I doing something wrong?
would be grateful for any tips or suggestions
another thing can I somehow instead of having those numbers put a name
like instead of http://172.25.25.2 could'nt I put up say http://wokkawokka
???? any help would be greatful
and again great job Guest too

EDIT (To be more clear, in order to install wiclear, I have to point my server towards
/root/wiclear/wiclear/install/ then the installation process of wiclear will begin!
but I think you may have answered my question, I just wanted to be more clear
thanks)

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GuestToo
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PostPosted: Thu 11 Aug 2005, 20:15    Post subject:  

i'm not sure what your question is

people should only see files that are in your SERVER_BASE_DIR (httpd.cfg)

Puppy's Null httpd is in /root/ghttpd/
if you have not changed the default configuration, your web pages should be in /root/ghttpd/htdocs/

so if you start httpd, anyone connecting to your httpd webserver should see any files in /root/ghttpd/htdocs/ ... if there is a file called index.html, they should see that as your web page

for example, if your ip address is http://wokkawokka.dyndsn.org/, if they click that url they should see /root/ghttpd/htdocs/index.html

if you want people to see files in /root/wiclear/wiclear/install/, they can't unless you reconfigure httpd to show all files in /root, which is not a good idea (all your files will be visible, including /root/.etc/passwd, /root/.etc/shadow etc etc etc)

they only files people should be able to see are in
/root/ghttpd/htdocs/ (unless you reconfigure it)

i think you can put symlinks to files in htdocs too

so if you want people to see files in /root/wiclear/wiclear/install/, you can reconfigure the httpd config file so /root/wiclear/wiclear/install/ is your SERVER_BASE_DIR, or you can copy, move, or symlink the files to /root/ghttpd/htdocs/, or whatever your SERVER_BASE_DIR is

for example, if you drag the install folder to htdocs with the middle mouse button and click Link, then http://wokkawokka.dyndsn.org/install/ should show the files in the install folder (or whatever your real ip address is, name or number)
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