From: Jeff Bone (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 08 2000 - 15:15:01 PST
Get yourself a locally-accessible Wiki. Try:
It is really, really easy. Go to the page below, download
the v1.0, unzip, double click on the .exe, then turn your
browser to http://localhost. That's all there is to it.
It runs on port 80 by default, so you open your
computer up to script kiddies. But you only need to
run it while using your Wiki, I don't think it does
anything besides Wiki, and you see requests in
the console window, so it seems fairly safe.
Certainly moreso than Microsoft's PWS.
John Klassa wrote:
> I asked y'all this a while back, with respect to Palm Pilot software,
> and got some great recommendations. Now, the time has come to ask about
> Windows software (in particular, Win2K software).
> I'm trying to be less of a Unix zealot, and at least get familiar with
> the Windows "culture". So, I've decided that I'm not going to install
> linux on my new IBM T20 laptop (at least not yet :-)), as has been my
> practice in the past.
> What I'm looking for is recommendations on software that you, as a rule,
> go download and install immediately, as soon as you bring up a new
> Windows machine. Stuff you can't live without.
> Please reply in private email, since I imagine the group at large
> doesn't much care (you know, this isn't the right group for this, and
> all :-P).
> John Klassa / firstname.lastname@example.org
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