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Jan
3
comment How to create autorun menu for DVD content for both Windows and MacOS?
No, it didn`t install properly :( However, I found new concerns about DVD menu - that it is handled by various DVD player software, which might react to non-video content unpredictably.
Jan
3
comment How to create autorun menu for DVD content for both Windows and MacOS?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Jan
3
comment How to create autorun menu for DVD content for both Windows and MacOS?
Nah, I better update it again with .html content.. I want it interactive.
Jan
3
revised How to create autorun menu for DVD content for both Windows and MacOS?
edited title
Jan
3
comment How to create autorun menu for DVD content for both Windows and MacOS?
@DaveRook I'm not really sure, but it seems, it offers just automatic opening files in Finder with special background image. And I need to use a mac for creating that. Isn`t DVD menu more universal?
Jan
3
comment How to create autorun menu for DVD content for both Windows and MacOS?
Would do, but how do you autorun a .html page on Mac?
Jan
3
asked How to create autorun menu for DVD content for both Windows and MacOS?
Jan
2
comment Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
@mnmnc not very informative :) dl.dropbox.com/u/834290/test/putty%20%281%29.jpg dl.dropbox.com/u/834290/test/putty%20%282%29.jpg
Jan
2
comment Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
@mnmnc nope command not recognized. It remained from some former installation. I also checked running services.
Jan
2
comment Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
I agree, but at the same time, you are helping to solve my issue. As I decided to work-around it instead going deeper, we're staying somewhere in the middle. I'd gladly accept some answer anyway - a summary, or probably, the one rxt gave - whatever you think could serve a community.
Jan
2
comment Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
ahh, that`s leading to some geekish investigation. I'll be too lazy, and try installing some webserver on top...
Jan
2
comment Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
According to @mnmnc comment, if port 80 is listened, there must be some webserver. Don`t you agree?
Jan
2
comment Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
@mnmnc c:\inetpub\wwwroot exists, but it isn`t active, either.
Jan
2
comment Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
Thank you. It confirmed, that I have some webserver installed. Then the question changes - how do I locate it?
Jan
2
asked Where is the default web root folder in Windows 7?
Jan
1
revised How can I constantly monitor if my server has network traffic?
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Jan
1
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
1
revised How can I constantly monitor if my server has network traffic?
Improved clarity and exposed my research, so that the question could probably be reopened and I didn't have to post a new one.
Dec
30
accepted Booting Windows XP from original CD requires SP2 disc
Dec
30
comment Booting Windows XP from original CD requires SP2 disc
I used n-lite for slipstreaming in the end. Thank you.