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Posted on 16-Jun-2003 23:50 GMT by STRICQ (Edited on 2003-06-17 12:36:24 GMT by Christian Kemp)21 comments
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I've made a small copy of my website and placed it on my AmigaOne, so for the next few weeks, if you go to www.stricq.com you will be served by an AmigaOne G4-XE/800. There's nothing really new, just the server.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 1 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by STRICQ on 16-Jun-2003 21:59 GMT
Drat! I forgot the http://, oh well....
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 2 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by takemehomegrandma on 16-Jun-2003 22:01 GMT
I clicked on the link and got an error message saying that the page couldn't be reached. A1 bugs? Nah, just a mistyped URL: "http://www.ann.lu/www.stricq.com"
;-)
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 3 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by dammy on 17-Jun-2003 03:59 GMT
I got to ask: So? Your running Linux Apache/Coyote. You could run that on what, a 386 as well. Running Apache on OS4, now that would be note worthy.

Dammy
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 4 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by James Carroll on 17-Jun-2003 04:58 GMT
@STRICQ

Hey are you the author of stricq? if so, it's cool that an amiga developer has an AmigaOne.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 5 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Ferry on 17-Jun-2003 05:22 GMT
Nice cats! :-)

A suggestion: in your backdrops section, it would be good to have thumbnails of the pictures, they are 3 or 4 megs each!

Ferrán
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 6 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 17-Jun-2003 05:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (dammy):
Isn't it tiresome to be so damned negative all day Dammy?

Besides, it's the first site i know that runs on an A1 ;P

Cheers
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 7 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by IndJANa on 17-Jun-2003 07:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Amon_Re):
Justin.dk used to run on his AOne as far as i remember...
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 8 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by takemehomegrandma on 17-Jun-2003 07:41 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Amon_Re):
> Besides, it's the first site i know that runs on an A1 ;P

... if so, then the C64 was quicker to enter the "web server market"! :-p
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 9 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Peter Gordon on 17-Jun-2003 08:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (takemehomegrandma):
Surely not? A machine that has been out longer got a webserver first? Oh wait, thats how it usually works.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 10 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by STRICQ on 17-Jun-2003 09:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (dammy):
> I got to ask: So? Your running Linux Apache/Coyote. You could run that on what,
> a 386 as well. Running Apache on OS4, now that would be note worthy.

> Dammy

Patience Grasshopper, "Rome was not built in a day."
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 11 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 17-Jun-2003 09:39 GMT
Now, that's why the site suddently is so slow :D
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Posted by STRICQ on 17-Jun-2003 09:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (James Carroll):
Yes, I am the author of STRICQ. Unfortunately I am completely burned out on ICQ programming. I spent a number of years on it and some may remember why I started the project and even why I stopped. No need to go it that here, though.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 13 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Gareth Knight on 17-Jun-2003 09:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Peter Gordon):
>Surely not? A machine that has been out longer got a webserver first? Oh wait, >thats how it usually works.

If that were true an IBM Hollerith would be serving web pages via punch card.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 14 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by STRICQ on 17-Jun-2003 09:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Ferry):
> A suggestion: in your backdrops section, it would be good to have thumbnails of
> the pictures, they are 3 or 4 megs each!

Yes, I'm working on that. I'm developing a web-based photo album application, it will be running on my A1 soon.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 15 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Peter Gordon on 17-Jun-2003 11:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (Gareth Knight):
Alright smart arse, I didn't say all old machines have got webservers, did I?
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 16 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Leo on 17-Jun-2003 13:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (STRICQ):
I'm sorry but I don't know why...

You announced STRICQ 2 (total rewritten in C++,...): why did you stopped ?

Leo.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 17 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Grzegorz Kraszewski on 18-Jun-2003 05:35 GMT
Another Apache on Linux. I have one at work, TTEngine site is hosted on. So what's the news?
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 18 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Paul H on 18-Jun-2003 18:36 GMT
In reply to Comment 17 (Grzegorz Kraszewski):
Its running on an A1, thats the news.
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 19 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 18-Jun-2003 21:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (STRICQ):
@STRICQ

> Yes, I am the author of STRICQ. Unfortunately I am completely
> burned out on ICQ programming. I spent a number of years on it
> and some may remember why I started the project and even
> why I stopped. No need to go it that here, though.

post traumatic stress?

Anyway, sorry to hear about your sad experience.. everyone here knows we could use a nice ICQ app on MorphOS, AROS, and AmigaOS4 ;)
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 20 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 18-Jun-2003 23:19 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (Paul H):
Apache has been running on the Terons (just like on any other Linux system) ever since the first CX models in 2001.

Let's see something remotely newsworthy or interesting (like what we're interested in, AmigaOS 4, running a web server).
AmigaOne Based Website : Comment 21 of 21ANN.lu
Posted by LinusG on 19-Jun-2003 09:36 GMT
In reply to Comment 20 (Anonymous):
You don´t have to read the news. What harm does it do to post a news item like this?
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