About Mac OS Personal Web Sharing 1.5
Welcome to Mac OS Personal Web Sharing! This "read me" document contains late-breaking information about setting up and using your Web server.
To install Personal Web Sharing, double-click the WebScript icon. To set up your Web server, see the instructions in "Using Personal Web Sharing" in the Web Pages folder (which is created when the software is installed) at the root level of your hard disk.
Personal Web Sharing 1.5 contains the following new features: alias support, upload capability to server, auto flat compression of files for upload or download, ability to copy 'my address' from control panel, and new Preferences window for: port number, activity log, interface to add/edit/delete cgi's and MIME type.
Please read the "Using Personal Web Sharing" html document for further information.
Mac OS 8 or later; Open Transport 1.2 or later; 68040 or PPC computer. 16mb RAM.
€ To enhance performance, BinHex or compress the files that are greater than 20MB with an application like Alladin's Drop Stuff® before putting them in your Web Pages folder.
€ To avoid possible conflicts with PC Exchange, do not select DOS formatted media as the Web Pages folder. It is recommended that you create an alias to the DOS formatted media on your Mac OS formatted volume in your Web Pages folder.
€ Be certain that Mac OS Easy Open is installed before opening the Log file from the Personal Web Sharing control panel. Otherwise, open the Log file from the Finder or any Text editor.
€ Some Web browsers may print an incomplete version of the file "Using Personal Web Sharing" which contains the instructions for setting up and using a Web server on your computer. If your browser skips some content when it prints the document, copy the text that isn't printed and paste it into another application, such as SimpleText or a word processing program, and then print the text from that program.
Thanks and enjoy!
- Personal Web Sharing team.
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