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Re: new index.html + accessing CGI scripts
Thanks to all for your advice. The problem was that I was using an 'Automatic
Proxy Configuration URL' provided to me by the university. Clearing the memory
and disk cache had no use. But when I bypassed the proxy and selected 'Direct
connection to Internet' everything worked OK.
The next problem is i would like to know
1. How to access CGI scripts written in C from my web browser and how to set
various setting in boa.conf for that purpose?
2. Currently I have installed Boa webserver on my computer and I am using web
browser and web server on the same computer. The next question is , will the
program written for my computer work for the developer board as well or do i
have to make some more changes to boa.conf?
Quoting Peter Fredriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> If you have not tried, empty the cache of your webbrowser and load it
> again. Maybe the old index.html is stored in the cache.
> At 12:55 2003-02-24 +0000, you wrote:
> >Dear Friends,
> >I recenlty edited the file index.html in the directory
> >Then I followed the following commands
> >1. cd ~/axis/devboard*
> >2. make files
> >3. make images
> >Then I set the board in boot mode and issued the command
> >Upon inspection the index.html file in the developer board_lx was
> >to my
> >required index.html file. But when I enetered its IP address in the web
> >same old index.html was displayed. I tried it with ./falshit as well
> but with
> >the same result.
> >the network settings are OK.
> >What can be the problem? All i want is to display my own index.html
> when i
> >its IP address.
> Peter Fredriksson M.Sc.CE
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