> but.. i've never had a problem with it in the past, and i also seem
> to remember that this site used to be Unix (i remember it used to
> have /cgi-bin/ and .pl extensions).
>> am i mad? Was 24hour-online.ie ever Unix?
http://www.24hour-online.ie/ is hosted on a unix box, and is used only for
non-secure stuff (i.e. the cgi-bin demos). The interesting stuff all
happens on https://www1.24hour-online.ie/, which is hosted by NT boxes
located behind a firewall.
http://www.netcraft.co.uk/whats/ will tell you all of this.
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