HOW DO I MAKE MY HOMEPAGE NETWORK ACCESSIBLE? You'll need to run a script called "mkhomepg". In short, this script does the following: - Creates a symbolics link called "html" in your home directory. This points to your HTML storage area on the /www filesystem. This is where you keep your html, image and cgi files. - Set proper file permissions on your directories. (if you ever botch your file permissions, run 'mkhomepg -p') "index.html" is the file the http daemon will try to serve to clients requesting your URL. CGIs will work as long as their are compiled bins that don't require sockets, shell scripts or simple perl scripts. A CGI can run from ANY PLACE in your html directory. Once you have built a page, run the "mkhomepg -a" script. Your URL will then become login.freeshell.org (or if you are an ARPA member, you may choose from an array of host names). The update will occur within the first even hour of running the command. If you are an ARPA member, you may also run "mkhomepg -d" to enable traditional UNIX directory hosting. Then http://sdf.org/~login will serve files in your "public_html" directory.