[Coco] Gene, heads up again, I cannot access your site.
Stephen H. Fischer
SFischer1 at Mindspring.com
Mon Aug 22 15:59:39 EDT 2011
----- Original Message -----
From: "gene heskett" <gheskett at wdtv.com>
To: <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 5:39 AM
Subject: Re: [Coco] Gene, heads up again, I cannot access your site.
> Try < http://220.127.116.11:85/gene/Genes-os9-stf/>
> I get the dir listing, and clicking on a readme works, as does clicking on
> the name of one of the archived files, up pops a requester asking what to
> do with it. So all the stuff except the pix are available. Nothing new
> there in recent weeks though, I have been busy with other projects
> involving quite a bit of poplar, and a BP gunstock. Currently waiting on
> new drivers for the milling machine.
That works, I was able to download the first file I was looking for.
I will bookmark that address for file access.
I made a corresponding change for the NitrOS-9 directory and was able to
download a file from it also.
Created a new bookmark for that address for file access which works also.
So I am good to go until you break something else. :)
I will pass on the rest as I have all the file access I need and looking at
the addresses included in it and as it has been two decades since I read up
about that stuff, and I cannot read about it again as it was deleted from
MSDN and does not appear on the web now, I am not interested. *eg* There
also may be a clash with some peoples own router addresses, so that makes it
a even worse suggestion perhaps. And of course beyond the knowledge of most.
Perhaps replacing all the references for "gene.homelinux.net:85" in your
<http://18.104.22.168:85/gene/> page will make it work for everyone.
Also, IE says ALL your mail is phishing now with the embedded
> Humm, since I have that in my hosts file, it works for me even for the
> Just add a line at the bottom of the files ipv4 (if it has both ipv4 and
> ipv6) sections. No real magic about it. Here is mine:
> [root at coyote etc]# cat hosts
> # generated by drakconnect
> 127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
> 192.168.71.1 router.coyote.den router
> 192.168.71.3 coyote.coyote.den coyote
> 192.168.71.4 shop.coyote.den shop
> 192.168.71.20 router2.ap-in.shop router2
> 22.214.171.124 gene.homelinux.net gene
> The format is IPaddress FQDN AlIAS, where IP is self-explanatory,
> FQDN=Fully Qualified Domain Name, and a space delimited alias to it.
> The second name on any given line is the shortcut 'alias', so you can
> router' or 'ping shop'. ;-)
> Unless you don't trust your editor or fingers. ;-) I never trust my
> fingers, but the editor is vim.
> Cheers, gene
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