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comment simple web page to control some http rest api functions
Might be a little too simple; For example, a single physical server might have 15 ip addresses on it; each IP is a real server, so to do one "task" I might have to click 15 different links. :/
Jun
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comment simple web page to control some http rest api functions
I would need/like to parse return XML!
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comment simple web page to control some http rest api functions
Where the PHP file runs from is far less important to me than the code needed to make the page. It doesn't matter where. Assume there is already a running apache/php system running.
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asked simple web page to control some http rest api functions
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asked Two columns (pounds, kilos) convert and fill opposite column depending on which data is entered.
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comment Keep music library (apple lossless) in sync and converted as another format (flac)
I really want them completely separate. The output location will probably be a different mount point completely.
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comment Keep music library (apple lossless) in sync and converted as another format (flac)
Why separate them? I don't want duplicates. I don't want to offsite backup the m4a's, etc. Just easier to keep them somewhere else.
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asked Keep music library (apple lossless) in sync and converted as another format (flac)
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accepted nxlog to_json output giving error on service start
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asked nxlog to_json output giving error on service start
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revised OpenVPN routing issue
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comment Powershell execute SFTP command
Or spend a few minutes on google. There is a lot of information about how to do this.
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comment Powershell execute SFTP command
Ok well first of all don't call it "a dos command". It's not DOS. You should take a look at this. stackoverflow.com/questions/1673967/…