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ftp in http.. kinda...?

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drewster2100    0

hello, i was just wondering, is there any way i could get my website to be like vinh has his ftp kinda thing as

http://files.netjunk.org/

that would kick ass! thanks, ladr

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syscrash2k    0

thats pretty easy. just take away the index.htm file, and put in all the files you want in the root (where index was)

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drewster2100    0

i get a

You are not authorized to view this page

error :/

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syscrash2k    0

ok...

never happened gto me b(but then again, the last time i tried it was last year:))

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aco    0

I think you have to have Apache installed on the web server, but I'm not sure. If you can wait a few hours, Vinh should be online and he could tell you for sure. :)

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drewster2100    0

yeah, i found apache website and such, but not sure how to install :ermm: that would be great if vinh could help out! thanks, ladr

ps, im using netfirms as website

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Vinh    0

Hey, well this is how i did it.

Make a .htaccess file with Options Indexes

If you dont know, open notepad and put in "Options Indexes" then save it as htaccess.txt and in dos or soemthing rename it to just ".htaccess" and upload it to your folder which you want displayed. It displays all of that folder and above.

Hope that helps

:)

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Vlad    12

There's settings in IIS/Apache to make a Directory listing, which is what you want to enable

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