[UPHPU] local network

Jeffrey Moss jeff at opendbms.com
Wed Nov 17 13:11:45 MST 2004

Use email for this. If your linux server is running the mail system, you can 
pipe directly to your script using an alias, otherwise gentoo has some 
ebuild scripts like "fetchmail", "getmail" and "fetchyahoo" for retrieving 
mail from other servers and sending directly to procmail or your mbox. You 
can use "metamail" to extract attachments from the command line, or you can 
extract them directly from the mail using a MIME package available on pear.



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "OgdenNights.com" <lists at ogdennights.com>
To: <uphpu at uphpu.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2004 12:42 PM
Subject: Re: [UPHPU] local network

> There are two machines the dBase CPU is an internal file server, and the 
> Linux CPU is a Gentoo/Apache/PHP/MySQL Web Server. Both CPUs have a name 
> on the internal network, but neither have a Static IP to the outside world 
> (Linux CPU will have a static IP upon completion of the new website).
> I haven't tried include("http://dBase CPU/file.dbf") as of yet -- maybe 
> I'm making a mountain out of a molehill.
> On Nov 17, 2004, at 11:59 AM, Daniel C. wrote:
>> There's no way that the local IT guys will give your computer a name
>> on the local network?  That way you can
>> include("http://OgdenNightsdBase/etc/etc/") (are you installing a web
>> server on that machine?  I know I just read a bunch of emails but I
>> couldn't tell based on them whether you were going to put a web server
>> on what I dub the dbase machine.
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