speakfreely server question
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Fri Nov 14 08:34:27 EST 2003
Looks like I'm getting 2 conflicting reports of what's supposed to
happen. In that case, let me ask a question I probably should have
asked first. Is there any concrete documentation somewhere on how to
setup a speakfreely server? So far, I've been going on the man pages
alone, and have found no speakfreely directory in /usr/doc/.
Thanks for the help.
On Sat, Nov 15, 2003 at 12:29:02AM +1100, Shaun Oliver wrote:
> at the risk of being helpful, Kirk Reiser delivered up the following on Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 07:04:42AM -0500,
> > Yes you do if you want the lwl server to work for anyone. The
> > sfreflect will also use it's own page but you have to create it if I
> > remember correctly. It's been a while so it's possible I am not
> > remembering quite correctly. I do remember having to specifically
> > create some html pages at least one.
> Hi, whenever I've started sflwld or sfreflect,
> I've found I've never had to create an html page for either one as
> they've created them upon starting.
> Shaun Oliver
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