From Martin Gregorie@21:1/5 to Java Jive on Sun Sep 12 23:09:31 2021
On Sun, 12 Sep 2021 21:13:54 +0100, Java Jive wrote:
What would be the equivalents of these two instructions in Chrome OS and
TIA for any help forthcoming.
Why not run a local web server, e.g Apache, which is a standard package
in almost every Linux distro? Its not particularly difficult to configure
and the help available via /usr/share pages and on their website is
Your options are to run a local copy (and beef up your firewall if you
didn't do that already), or to rent web service and storage space from
FWIW, I do both: I run a local Apache web server on my LAN. This is a
single, private local data source for my other computers. I export copies
of my publicly accessible web pages to rented space at my ISP. The
advantages of this are:
1) All public and private pages are edited, tested and backed up locally.
2) Public pages are exported to the publicly accessible website via
FTP/SFTP as they get updated.
3) My local firewall accepts NO inward connection requests and has no
need to, since all Internet access is via outward connections from
e-mail? I run 'getmail' to retrieve inbound mail from my mailbox at
my ISP. Outbound mail is passed to my ISP for onward transfer by a
local copy of Postfix
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