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[DIR] Parent Directory - [   ] Makefile 05-Nov-2014 19:51 378 [DIR] cgi-bin/ 02-Nov-2015 17:07 - [TXT] csapp.c 05-Nov-2014 19:51 22K [TXT] csapp.h 05-Nov-2014 19:51 6.4K [   ] csapp.o 02-Nov-2015 17:07 23K [IMG] godzilla.gif 05-Nov-2014 19:51 12K [IMG] godzilla.jpg 05-Nov-2014 19:51 11K [TXT] home.html 05-Nov-2014 19:51 120 [   ] tiny 02-Nov-2015 17:07 36K [TXT] tiny.c 05-Nov-2014 19:51 8.4K
Tiny Web server
Dave O'Hallaron
Carnegie Mellon University

This is the home directory for the Tiny server, a 200-line Web
server that we use in "15-213: Intro to Computer Systems" at Carnegie
Mellon University.  Tiny uses the GET method to serve static content
(text, HTML, GIF, and JPG files) out of ./ and to serve dynamic
content by running CGI programs out of ./cgi-bin. The default 
page is home.html (rather than index.html) so that we can view
the contents of the directory from a browser.

Tiny is neither secure nor complete, but it gives students an
idea of how a real Web server works. Use for instructional purposes only.

The code compiles and runs cleanly using gcc 2.95.3 
on a Linux 2.2.20 kernel.

To install Tiny:
   Type "tar xvf tiny.tar" in a clean directory. 

To run Tiny:
   Run "tiny <port>" on the server machine, 
	e.g., "tiny 8000".
   Point your browser at Tiny: 
	static content: http://<host>:8000
	dynamic content: http://<host>:8000/cgi-bin/adder?1&2

  tiny.tar		Archive of everything in this directory
  tiny.c		The Tiny server
  Makefile		Makefile for tiny.c
  home.html		Test HTML page
  godzilla.gif		Image embedded in home.html
  README		This file	
  cgi-bin/adder.c	CGI program that adds two numbers
  cgi-bin/Makefile	Makefile for adder.c