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[gopher] Re: Finding a Gopher Server ... woes.

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To: gopher@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [gopher] Re: Finding a Gopher Server ... woes.
From: Emanuel <em@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 09:45:40 -0700
Reply-to: gopher@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Have you tried IIS (Microsoft's Internet Information Server)?  I
understand that it has a gopher server, though I'm not sure if the
latest versions still have that functionality.  I haven't tried it

On Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 11:56:28PM -0400, Jeffrey H. Johnson wrote:
> Hey there... I'm currently looking to find a decent gopher server
> for Win32, and it's not being easy.  I've attempted to checkout
> the sources from the CVS tree, but because of the "AUX" filename
> used, and because this a reserved filename on Win32, any attempt
> to use CVS fails:
> U gopher/test/good-results/aux
> cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot rename file .new.aux to aux: File exists
> If I could only checkout the sources, I could probably make it
> compile. :-(
> I've setup another Win32 gopherd, and it works well, but I can't
> get it working correctly because the sources aren't available,
> and it configures itself to the IP address or hostname returned
> by gethostbyname().  This fails on my system because it's behind
> a firewall, and all the links are referenced by 192.168.x.x to
> outside browsers.
> Any suggestions?
> --
> Jeff Johnson

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