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bloglite 25 Mar 2004, 20:33
Running Server Side:
CD BootVersion GridWorks DisTro (MeOServ.zip) (CD ISO)
Intel PII300 w/Realtek NIC
3 Hubs w/6 workstations
Using W98/2 ClientSide w/ IE3 IE5 & IE6 and Mozilla Browsers
IE and HTTPS Stream MP3 are working concurrently up to approx 5~6 MB
FileSizes. up to 5 MB Always FLAWLESS (Yeah. Ville, you rule dude!)
Teach W9X it's associations so it wont ask you what to do. (Shift rt-click) (Open With) to set Associations in W9X. Then if you have the application to open the file it will load. eg. zip,bmp,jpg,gif,wav,mp3, (Small avi's), pdf,txt,doc... etc. Be ready to catch the data ..... Here it comes >>>.
download your copy below (instructions are in example.asm)
It starts in 30 seconds flat. AND it does the job !!! AND it's beta !!!
oh yeah it's free too ! Gonna Go Wireless with a MenuetOS Server ( WOW)
P.S. Get DIR2HTM from the web and you can click your way through
your FAT 32 Drive all the way. FreeMP3Player V.2.2.0 works for streaming
we are looking for other players that work as well or better than this one.
(Works well but adware has to be manually disabled) Yuk. MSConfig and
Kill off webinstall2 and bxxs5 also remove previous named keys with Regedit .
Find better streamers and
Let us know what works for you.
|25 Mar 2004, 20:33||
Matt 27 Mar 2004, 16:14
I've found that the largest non streamed file you can download with Tiny server is 900KB after that it seems to send the wrong file header and the download closes before the data stream is finished.
Any help expanding the file size would be helpful.
I have sucessfully streamed an HTTP mp3 of 7.1MB
Better computing with a better OS "Menuet"
Last edited by Matt on 30 Mar 2004, 22:31; edited 1 time in total
|27 Mar 2004, 16:14||
bloglite 29 Mar 2004, 13:23
Intel 810 chipset on MB.
This machine had NTFS so we just read the /RD/1 /index.htm
to test with. Anyway it works well.
New Hardware Page /Tips & Tricks /Repository will be ready soon.
A tutorial for Newbies is in the works.
Keep it coming!
Just heard Menuet referred to as a "Hobby OS" ( ?)
I wrote my first program using #2 pencil / cards & Card Reader in 1971
I've seen many things in "computing" - This OS is in my opinion the
easiest for anyone to learn and is quite functional. I hope I'm still around
when Version 1. or 2. is released. Many Thanks to Ville, Mike, Ivan and others. * We have a dedicated Menuet Server running here now for 1 week
now. Pretty good for a "Hobby OS" eh.
|29 Mar 2004, 13:23||
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