if i were you, i'd run through it a few times on your own to make sure you can lead someone else through it..Originally posted by tommysmalls
thx patrick, nick, steve, uu7!!
now the trick is, i gotta help my computer illiterate boss set this up on her comp in BC
thats the plan - i have people buggin me for mp3's all the time too, so i'd like to learn anywaysOriginally posted by stir-fry
if i were you, i'd run through it a few times on your own to make sure you can lead someone else through it..
fuck i hate end-users.
if you don't like giving people an IP address that they won't remember, it's really easy to use www.dhs.org 's services.. they will give you a virtual domain totally for free.. I use stir-fry.dhs.org for example..
only shitty deal is, when your ip changes, you have to update it in their database and it usually takes about 12 hours.. no biggy really.
yes, rogers is dynamic.Originally posted by tommysmalls
rogers/shaw/etc has a dynamic ip, right?
is there any way to cause it to change from my end? (my ip address i mean)Originally posted by stir-fry
yes, rogers is dynamic.
it doesn't change often, so you don't *really* need a service like i mentioned before.
i just like to be able to tell people a domain name that they'll remember instead of 24.xx.x.x.xxxxx
Originally posted by KiFe
is there any way to cause it to change from my end?
like.. back in the day of shaw, you could release all and refresh all and sometimes you'd get a new ip...