$ @[...]SETUPinto your LOGIN.COM, or the system SYLOGIN.COM. This command file assumes you have left all the distributed files in the same directory as itself.
$ DEFINE/SYSTEM WWW_HOME "file://myvax/sys$library/default.html"Note that the www address you must set it to is still in unix-like format (with slashes instead of :: : [.])Users may of course override the system logical name with their own. If no logical name is defined, the VMS browser will default to picking up the default page from our server, document http://www.w3.org./default.html.
The other customization variables may be defined in the same way.
Accessing VMS files
If you are making you own home page, or any other documentation, you will probably want to store it on your VMS machine. The www program has the ability, if running under VMS, to access VMS files. the document name for a VMS file is simply the filename, but:
The host name must be the name of the machine WITHOUT any domain name on it, e.g. //vxcrna/
The filename is written with each punctuation converted into a single slash. Examples are
Document identifier Filename file://vxcrna/sys$www_home vxcrna::sys$home
If you have utilities for uncompressing and untarring the main source file, then you could remake the distribution from source.
Another way of getting the sources up can be used if you happen to have access to an untrix machine on the same DECnet as your vax. FTP the source tar file over to the ultrix machine, uncompress it and untar it, then copy over the descrip.mms in LineMode/src/vms. In there you'll find all the commands to copy the sources from a unix machine (PRIAM:: in that instance -- you'll have to edit it) and rebuild the .exe.
When you remake the exe, you must specifify
MMS/MACRO=(MULTINET=1) or MMS/MACRO=(WIN_TCP=1) or MMS/MACRO=(UCX=1)to get the right version for Multinet, Wollongong TCP or DEC/UCX respectively. Tim BL,