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From: kracik:mbox:dkm:cz at: 12-Apr-2001 10:30

Hi Mike, I respond to you directly, because REBOL mailing list strips binary attachments. I'd send them just the current rebol.exe unpacked from zip, along with this picture showing how to configure IIS 5. There is no need to install or configure REBOL, and rebol.r and user.r are unnecessary on a web server. All network configuration can be done by 'set-net function at the beginning of CGI script. hope this helps, -- Michal Kracik Mike Rozack wrote:
> Hi, all. > > I'm trying to convice my ISP to allow me run Rebol CGI scripts. It seems > that they're willing (see messages below), but I don't know what the next > steps would be. > > Should I dowload the approprate Rebol/Core for them (MS IIS), or should I > direct them to and let them do it? Is there a page/file with > documentation on how they need to configure things on their end? > > Any help is highly appreciated. > > Mike > > >> Just a quick question: I know that you guys provide us with a cgi- > >> bin directory - is Perl the only option? Specifically, I was > >> wondering if there would be any chance that I would be able to run > >> scripts written in Rebol? ( > >> > > Greetings, > > > > You may be able to run Rebol code on our systems if it does not > > jeopardize the integrity of the server. If you require executable > > permissions on file level you may have to inspect your code before we > > grant these permissions. > > We are currently not hosting anyone that is running this code, > > that I am aware of. Please let us know if there is anything else you > > need from us. > > -- > To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to > [rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the > subject, without the quotes.
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