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Jeffrey Gordon
2003-12-05, 13:34
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Sorry if this question has been answered before, as I am sure it has. But in
my feeble attempts at searching the sites for an answer came up nil.

I am wondering if SlimServer has a PDA friendly web interface, or if someone
has written one for it. I specifically am using a Palm Tungsten C with wifi.

Thanks
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Kevin Deane-Freeman
2003-12-05, 13:38
Quoting Jeffrey Gordon <jeff (AT) thetank (DOT) org>:

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> Sorry if this question has been answered before, as I am sure it has. But in
>
> my feeble attempts at searching the sites for an answer came up nil.
>
> I am wondering if SlimServer has a PDA friendly web interface, or if someone
>
> has written one for it. I specifically am using a Palm Tungsten C with
> wifi.

Yup, the Handheld skin now comes with the server install.

-kdf

Jonathan Greene
2003-12-05, 13:50
Looks good! how do you load a skin for a browser without changing it
for all browsers... if this is possible. I think this was asked
previously, but can't recall the set-up.


On Dec 5, 2003, at 3:38 PM, Kevin Deane-Freeman wrote:

> Quoting Jeffrey Gordon <jeff (AT) thetank (DOT) org>:
>
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>>
>> Sorry if this question has been answered before, as I am sure it has.
>> But in
>>
>> my feeble attempts at searching the sites for an answer came up nil.
>>
>> I am wondering if SlimServer has a PDA friendly web interface, or if
>> someone
>>
>> has written one for it. I specifically am using a Palm Tungsten C
>> with
>> wifi.
>
> Yup, the Handheld skin now comes with the server install.
>
> -kdf
>

Tim Wilson
2003-12-05, 14:08
On Dec 5, 2003, at 2:50 PM, Jonathan Greene wrote:

> Looks good! how do you load a skin for a browser without changing it
> for all browsers... if this is possible. I think this was asked
> previously, but can't recall the set-up.

Point your browser to http://[your slimserver name/IP]:8080/[skin name]

-Tim

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Jonathan Greene
2003-12-05, 14:13
what about port 9000?


On Dec 5, 2003, at 4:08 PM, Tim Wilson wrote:

> On Dec 5, 2003, at 2:50 PM, Jonathan Greene wrote:
>
>> Looks good! how do you load a skin for a browser without changing it
>> for all browsers... if this is possible. I think this was asked
>> previously, but can't recall the set-up.
>
> Point your browser to http://[your slimserver name/IP]:8080/[skin name]
>
> -Tim
>
> --
> Tim Wilson
> Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA
> Educational technology guy, Linux and OS X fan, Grad. student, Daddy
> mailto: wilson (AT) visi (DOT) com aim: tis270 public key: 0x8C0F8813
>
>

Kevin Deane-Freeman
2003-12-05, 14:15
Quoting Jonathan Greene <atmasphere (AT) atmasphere (DOT) net>:

> what about port 9000?

Default is 9000, not 8080.

>
> On Dec 5, 2003, at 4:08 PM, Tim Wilson wrote:
>
> > On Dec 5, 2003, at 2:50 PM, Jonathan Greene wrote:
> >
> >> Looks good! how do you load a skin for a browser without changing it
> >> for all browsers... if this is possible. I think this was asked
> >> previously, but can't recall the set-up.
> >
> > Point your browser to http://[your slimserver name/IP]:8080/[skin name]
> >
> > -Tim
> >
> > --
> > Tim Wilson
> > Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA
> > Educational technology guy, Linux and OS X fan, Grad. student, Daddy
> > mailto: wilson (AT) visi (DOT) com aim: tis270 public key: 0x8C0F8813
> >
> >

Tim Wilson
2003-12-05, 14:19
On Dec 5, 2003, at 3:13 PM, Jonathan Greene wrote:

> what about port 9000?

Oops, sorry. I've been working on a project today that's running on
8080. Just use 9000 in the URL. It will work.

-Tim

--
Tim Wilson
Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA
Educational technology guy, Linux and OS X fan, Grad. student, Daddy
mailto: wilson (AT) visi (DOT) com aim: tis270 public key: 0x8C0F8813

Jonathan Greene
2003-12-05, 14:34
this is definitely not working for me... all 404.


On Dec 5, 2003, at 4:15 PM, Kevin Deane-Freeman wrote:

> Quoting Jonathan Greene <atmasphere (AT) atmasphere (DOT) net>:
>
>> what about port 9000?
>
> Default is 9000, not 8080.
>
>>
>> On Dec 5, 2003, at 4:08 PM, Tim Wilson wrote:
>>
>>> On Dec 5, 2003, at 2:50 PM, Jonathan Greene wrote:
>>>
>>>> Looks good! how do you load a skin for a browser without changing
>>>> it
>>>> for all browsers... if this is possible. I think this was asked
>>>> previously, but can't recall the set-up.
>>>
>>> Point your browser to http://[your slimserver name/IP]:8080/[skin
>>> name]
>>>
>>> -Tim
>>>
>>> --
>>> Tim Wilson
>>> Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA
>>> Educational technology guy, Linux and OS X fan, Grad. student, Daddy
>>> mailto: wilson (AT) visi (DOT) com aim: tis270 public key: 0x8C0F8813
>>>
>>>

Oscar Marsh
2003-12-05, 14:57
> this is definitely not working for me... all 404.

You need a final slash at the end of the URL, e.g.:
http://localhost:9000/Handheld/

Oscar Marsh
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