[프로그램] Web/2 v1.0 (c) 1997
Web/2 v1.0 (c) 1997 dink (firstname.lastname@example.org / http://ciholding.com/~dink)
What is Web/2?
Web/2 is a Web server (HTTPD as the unix folks know it) for OS/2 Warp v3
and v4. It uses separate threads for each connection so everything is
fast. Its made for people who 1) don't want a million files on their
hd (like the the other httpd's) and 2) don't want to spend a day trying
to get it configured.
How do i set it up?
Just unzip it into a directory, like c:\web, make a dir under c:\web
called html, then copy all of your html/image/whatever files into
(if unzipping with pkunzip, make sure you use the -d parameter to create
the necessary directories!)
If you are using F.A.T. file allocation
You may use alias.cfg to alias your file names to whatever you want!
(edit alias.cfg with your favorite text editor for details..)
LONG (long, in this sense, means longer than F.A.T. 8.3 filenames) filenames
can't be used in the html directory (because of security precautions...)
Instead, save your file(s) as F.A.T. style, and use the alias.cfg to
alias the short filenames as long ones.
Now, all you have to do is create a program icon with the following settings:
Path and Filename: c:\web\web.exe
Working Directory: c:\web
The parameter is the port to run the web server on, the standard Web port
is port 80. Change this number if you want otherwise.
In your html file(s), you can include "<textcounter>" anywhere in the
file to use the built-in textcounter. If you want to change the number
of hits your page has received, edit counter.dat
For an example of how to use the textcounter, look at the enclosed index.htm
Comments, Questions, Suggestions are welcome.
Criticism will be ignored.
You can contact me @ email@example.com, or check out my web page:
to check out my info, links and other neet os/2 programs (freeware!!)!
Web/2 is freeware. If you'd like to send in a donation or something,
that would be cool (email me for my address)