We recommend 32MB physical RAM or more for best performance. Web Ten dynamically allocates the memory it needs from the System heap, so it is not necessary to increase the size of the Web Ten application heap. We also recommend running with VM turned on, even if you don't need the extra virtual memory. When VM is turned on, portions of the application are dynamically loaded, reducing Web Ten 's total memory requirements.
Before launching Web Ten for the first time, verify that your Macintosh network settings are correct. Before running Web Ten , ensure that your OpenTransport settings work for other Macintosh applications before running Web Ten . Web Ten cannot correct erroneous OpenTransport settings.
Web Ten expects Domain Name Service for normal operation. Verify via the TCP/IP control panel that your Macintosh is properly configured for access to a Domain Name Server. See section See Domain Name System (DNS) for more information about DNS.
Select WebTen Core Package and all other packages desired and click Install . The WebTen Core Package must be installed for any other package to be installed. Any of the packages can be installed later individually. See section See WebTen Extensions for information on the individual packages.
This step is important even when re-installing the same version of Web Ten . These libraries may have been reorganized (by toggling the Replace OpenTransport setting in the Preferences window). Installing a new version on top of a reorganized version may result in an invalid organization.
Customizations made via the Web Ten Administration Server naturally will need to be re-entered once the new version is installed. Please note all such customizations before de-installing the old WebTen folder.
User and Group lists can be preserved by exporting them from the old installation and importing them back into the new installation. See section See Import and Export for more information.
Web Ten includes separately installable packages that add functionality to the iTools web server. Web Ten extensions include ht://dig, a Sherlock-savvy search engine, and WEBmail, a hotmail-style mail server. Third-party packages include WebCatalog, a powerful eCommerce storefront, WebEvent, a calendar and appointment scheduler, WebCrossing, a conferencing application, HTML/OS, a sophisticated tool for creating dynamic web pages, and FrontBase, a powerful SQL92 compliant database . The open source PHP package for creating dynamic web content is also included.
For complete information on using ht://Dig, see chapter See ht://Dig.
For WEBmail documentation, see chapter See WEBmail .
Matador's (http://www.matadordesign.com) WebEvent is one of the most sophisticated calendar and event scheduling applications under Mac OS. WebEvent supports text, graphic and video calendar operations
Aestiva's (http://www.aestiva.com) HTML/OS is a powerful, high-speed, multi-user development environment for building advanced web sites on Mac OS. Use http://localhost/cgi-bin/htmlos-setup.cgi to complete setup.