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elyk

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  1. If you have a static IP, all you should need to do is set your "a" record (which godaddy should let you configure, if not set it up at afraid.org and use their nameservers) to your ip, and add the domain as a virtualhost (the new version of the server has a script for adding virtualhosts automatically).
  2. Have you tried refreshing the browser after about 10 seconds to see if apache just needed time to load? Also try this: start a command prompt, navigate to your uniform server home directory, and type start.bat [some other unused letter here] to see if it's just having some sort of problem creating a disk W. BTW, what OS are you using?
  3. I know that you can open tar files on windows using winzip; other than that I don't know anything about installing perl modules; I stick mainly to php.
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  7. What's messing your settings up is that because you're using dhcp, your computer's local ip address changes every time you log on. What you need to do is go into the network settings, and configure a static ip on your network for your computer, then set your router to forward port 80 to that address. Try doing that and see if it works.
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  11. yeah, just use hmailserver. You shouldn't even need your isp's smtp servers; it'll handle it all for you.
  12. If you install cpanel, you might as well just install apache, because it's not going to fit with the "no installation" that uniserver has. However, several of the features of cpanel (such as redirects and custom error pages), simply automate the creation of lines in .htaccess files, so similar functionality could be added to the uniserver control panel.
  13. I thought that all browsers requested the favorite icon. I'm almost certain IE does; at least it displays the icon.
  14. A briefcase is a way of synchronizing files and folders between two locations. The problem is that when run off a flash drive, Uniformserver will not start, even thought that flash drive has the exact same files. All I can think of is that it's something to do with the subst not working because it's on a device that itself has just been temporarily mounted
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  16. elyk

    .php file parsing

    I think it's something to do with differences in how mac, windows, and *nix systems do line breaks. Try conTEXT; I've had this happen to me several times and it always displays the line breaks properly even when notepad doesn't.
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  18. IN answer to your question, yes; I believe a virtual host automation script is included in 3.3
  19. F2 and F12 are other common keys to push to enter setup. Your computer should say it when it first starts up (before the os loads)
  20. start.bat should be in the folder that you unzipped the uniformserver into.
  21. will it include the ability to start and stop everything without having to use the services plugin?
  22. THere is also a way using .htaccess that you can set the error page.
  23. To install uniformserver, simply unzip the folder and click start.bat. Add all your files to the w:\www folder
  24. But wasn't mojito trying to install it as a service?
  25. I know that it can fulfill 1, 3, and 4, I'm not certain about number three. Does it just need the digital media streamer device need files streamed to it, or does it retrieve them and stream them to others.
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