> >> email@example.com <insert pithy attribution here>
> > On Sat, 27 Aug 1994, Jay C. Weber wrote:
> >> EIT is pleased to prerelease a freeware over-the-web service
> >> for downloading, installing, and customizing a Web server. This
> >> WEBMASTER'S STARTER KIT uses forms to get basic configuration
> >> information, and writes your config files for you as you download
> >> the software. It's been taking people only about ten minutes to start
> >> publishing on the Web using this service.
> >> Once the basic server is running, it serves up virtual documents
> >> that can automatically download and install server extensions. Current
> >> choices are five EIT freeware packages:
> >> 1. a simple form-based home page generator
> >> 2. the verify_links tool for finding broken links
> >> 3. the libCGI library for virtual document programming
> >> 4. the Hypermail engine for webifying mail archives (plus
> >> a form interface for defining archives)
> >> 5. the Getstats http log analyzer (plus a form interface)
> >> so you can customize your server software in a few minutes more. The
> >> process automatically maintains a "Server Administration Home Page",
> >> with links to forms-based tools for maintaining the server.
> >> There are versions for SunOS 4.1.3, Solaris 2.3, IRIX 5.2, OSF/1 V2.0,
> >> and AIX 3.2.5 (the AIX version is one rev out of date). SCO UNIX and HP/UX
> >> will come in a few weeks.
> >> Check out http://wsk.eit.com/wsk/doc/, or just find the link near the
> >> end of EIT's home page, http://www.eit.com/ . Seems to work fine using
> >> recent Lynx as well as recent Mosaic for X.
> >> Suggestions welcome!
> >> Jay
> >> --
> >> Jay C. Weber Director, R&D
> >> Enterprise Integration Technologies firstname.lastname@example.org
> >> 800 El Camino Real email@example.com
> >> Menlo Park, CA 94025 (415)617-8002
> >> http://www.eit.com/people/weber.html fax: (415)617-8019
> > This sounds very interesting. Is there a BSDI version available?
> > Dave Homan
> > HydroTech Enterprises
> And what about for Linux?
or for Next (yeah, right) ?
Paul Neff firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Library & Information Science
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242