Subject: pkgsrc README.html on www.netbsd.org
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 02/18/1999 00:52:45
I'm trying to fix this guy's problem by working out why .html
files accessed via ftp come down as text for him, but with the
coming addition of htdig it would be distinctly nice to be able to
search the pkgsrc README.html files on www.netbsd.org
The problem is the README.html files need to be built with the
knowledge of which binary packages are available, so the options
a) Generate on ftp.netbsd.org, then pull to www.netbsd.org
b) Generate 'mangled' version on www.netbsd.org which contains
links to ftp.netbsd.org for binary packages listings.
c) Enable http on ftp.netbsd.org and setup separate htdig etc.
Thoughts definitely appreciated on this one...
-=- "If there is a hell... I'll see you there" -=-
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Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 11:28:31 -0800
From: Oliver O. Fross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Comment on webpages.
I've had a problem for some time using the NetBSD webpages.
FreeBSD has great documentation & *display* of it, and I think we should
The problem follows: Many relevant documents are not easily
accessable via http, but only via ftp. Unless I'm doing something wrong,
this is goofy!
IE: I want to browse the package tree. I follow this path:
--> "NetBSD packages collection"
--> "browsable web listing"
Can you fix this??!? I get html via ftp, which displays as raw
text. If the same path were served via http, all would be well.
I hope I've explained myself well enough. :)