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- 11-22-2006 #11
- 11-23-2006 #12
- try it
- ask users also using your ISP
- contact you ISP
- read the site from your ISP
- 11-23-2006 #13
ok i know im complete n00b to that.
what is that ISP?
- 11-23-2006 #14
IspOriginally Posted by jan1024188
- 11-24-2006 #15
ok now please guide me to set up server.
- 11-25-2006 #16
Sorry, my fault. Of course theres no /usr/lib/www. I had the www-dir mixed uop with the cgi-bin-dir.
You should have something like this:
/var/www - main html-files
/usr/lib/cgi-bin - place to put your script-files, if any.
Sorry about that mixup.
- 11-25-2006 #17
- 11-25-2006 #18
I do not quite understand what you want.
You're having a server with Apache2 or something.
You can ping the Apache server from your lan/wan or ping localhost.
Next you need a domain, www.yourdomain.com.
You also need your domain-register to let www.yourdomain.com to point to the static-ip address to the Apach2 server.
I guess it's time to do some html-editing.
Start with the index.*-file.
This is just some of the things you have to do. There may be some other stuff to do, but I can't remeber them just now...
- 11-25-2006 #19
ok i understand that.
I need registered domain and static ip....i dont have none of theese..
I think ill buy web hosting...
thanks for help
- 11-26-2006 #20Originally Posted by jan1024188
Some isp's allow forwarding of port 80 to the (dynamic) server at the users home
Howto (for a mac): http://www.mactech.com/articles/mact...ome/index.html
You can also forward a spiffy looking domain name from services like:
Or use free webhosting services like this one:
Oops, this forum does not like the word ****. To give you a hint: it sounds like duck, although some people spell it like fcuk.
A nice variant is SDF, they provide webhosting for $5,- or free shell logins (and loads of other stuff).
Originally Posted by jan1024188