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  1. #11

    Re:WebServer

    yeah thats sweet.
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  2. #12

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    I have one little question about Apache...

    I am running a webserver with Apache 2.0, and have yet to make an index.html file, so the server just shows a generic view of the directories and files in the server root directory. When it does this, it has four columns: Name, Last Modified, Size, and Description. Is there any way to change the width of these colums? I have some file names that are a little long, and there is really no way for me to cut them down and still be recognizable. I would REALLY hate to have to make an html file that basically just listed these files, then have to link them up. Thanks.

    I may have to look into that DNS thing... It is weird though, because since we have been talking about this, my IP hasn't changed, even when I release and renew.
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    Re:WebServer

    I may be wrong (someone correct me if I am) but I believe the view is dependant upon the browser you use. There may be a way to set the column width in the httpd.conf file, but I haven't seen anything like that.

    I do remember seeing settings for what images to display with regards to filetype when it lists them generically. Maybe if you look near that section you'll find something else that can be configured.

  4. #14

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    sweet... this driving me nuts because as it is, when you do to the server, you can't even tell what some of the files are. I'll see what I can come up with...
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    Re:WebServer

    Also... I noticed you were looking for skynet and omo on the irc channel. You can find out how long ago they were on (at least how long ago they were on while logged in to the nick service) by sending a message to the nick service asking for info on that nickname.

    /msg Named INFO SkyNet
    /msg Named INFO omoshiroi

    hope this helps

  6. #16

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    that's pretty cool! I am definitely an IRC newbie, so that really helps. Thanks!
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  7. #17

    Re:WebServer

    i have not been on much lately, but i check this once a day, i am very very busy lately... very tired also lol
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