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Re: How to set your domain adress

 What you are proposing merely changes for that one computer.  It still
help for all the other computer on the intranet.  It is always possible to
update each computer's host file, but I think there should be some sort of a
DNS server on a moderately size intranet.

 But either way, Clark, the changes are not to the Pi3Web serve.

At 03:41 PM 3/6/98, Chris Abramson wrote: 
> First of all, you should notice that if you open the Pi3 windows from the
> taskbar, you will see that it tells you were your sever is running. mine say
> <http://localhost>http://localhost  because i am using my computer as the
> server when im online only. Now, since you have a dedicated web server, you
> want to set the domain name. You should open your C:\windows directory and
> find the file that is called hosts. This file will have no association and
> have the windows icon. Right click on it and choose open, and select
> Before pressing ok, make sure the "always use this program to open this file
> type" box IS NOT CHECKED! you do not want to associate this file.
> you should now enter the DNS Adress (like for your server,
> followed by a space, and then the domain name. It should be in the form of
> either <yourdomain>.com .net .org   whatever yours is or
> .org .net   I'm not sure which way it should be done, but i believe it is
> for it.  You do not need to specofy http:// the server already knows this.
> For further help contact me...and if Im completly wrong let me know.
>                               Chris Abramson
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