Making the move...

Jim Ault JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 17 02:42:16 EST 2006




On 3/16/06 6:54 PM, "Richard Gaskin" <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote:
> The default port in mchttpd is 8080 -- on my Mac I use:
> 
>      http://localhost:8080/

Woiks very good... cool.


Is there a tutorial about how to put this in action on my G4 that has a
static IP?  I know that Apache would be the default receiver of 8080 traffic
and I am definitely not a config-mechanic.

Jim Ault
Las Vegas



> Jim Ault wrote:
>> On 3/16/06 10:13 AM, "Richard Gaskin" wrote:
>>> I would enourage those interested in web apps grab
>>> Dr. Raney's mchttpd.mc and play with it a while.
>>> It's a thing of beauty to just open the stack,
>>> click the "Start" button, and call it with your
>>> browser.
>> 
>> I am beginning to step toward the world of web apps
>> and  did the dnld of the mchttpd app, started it on
>> a G5, but am not sure how to access it.
>> 
>> Tried in Safari
>> (on the same OSX 10.4.2 computer)
>> (& IE on Win32 behind the same router)
>> 
>>  http://192.186.15.100
>>  http://192.186.15.100/index.html
>> 
>> => can't find the server
>> 
>> Does the mchttpd computer have to have static IP?
>> 
>> Although I am new at this, I know someone who might jump
>> into Rev if he saw this working.





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