safari 1.1.3 download patch

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by ipodtouch1234, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. ipodtouch1234

    ipodtouch1234 Active Member

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    I want to actually give this thing a try. If I go on my pc, save a webapp as a .html file, where would I put it on my touch to get the File:// work? in other words, where is File://? Is it just the / in ssh?
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    yeah I cant figure it out either
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    Wont it work using Apache from Installer? I did not check it out since i got 1.1.3 but i loved the automatic "index of" site so it was pretty easy to navigate to files. (Was even very easy to add/make bookmarks)

    I know I dont have an answear but it seemd much easyier, doesn't it?

    MfG Darkdoom
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    Well I'm still on 1.1.2 and haven't tried this yet but from experience i can say that yes, file:// represents the same place as / in SSH. so if, for example, in SSH you made a folder inside / called webapps and put a Google webapp named google.htm inside the folder, to access it you would type:

    file://webapps/google.html

    Hope this helps.
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    how does it work in your regular desktop browser?

    Put the full path into the address bar for wherever you put the files,

    so if you dumped foo.doc in /private/var/root/

    in Safari try file:///private/var/root/foo.doc
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    a php script would have to run out of apache, with apache and php installed on the touch (I would guess)

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