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  1. File Name: AirfieldMap.ZIP File Submitter: WhiskeyRomeo File Submitted: 20 Dec 2004 File Updated: 3 Sep 2006 File Category: LOMAC Misc. Files A clickable map of the Lock On theater of operations with airfields and airfield diagrams. Click on the airfield names to see the airfield diagrams/airfield data. Unzip into any folder and use the AirfieldMaps.html file to lookup the airfield data. Based on the works of Jeroen-79 Click here to download this file
  2. January Calendars

    Good Selection! Thanks!
  3. November Calendars

    I'm also missing my Desktop Calendar screenshots. How about a discussion on how to create them? Spread the workload out and share the results.
  4. November Calendars

    Agree! Thanks for the calendars guys.
  5. 6 GMail Accounts

    I'm slowly weaning myself off Hotmail so if you've still got a few left I'd like one. Robert Webster rgwebster@msn.com Thanks for offering.
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    A clickable map of the Lock On theater of operations with airfields and airfield diagrams. Click on the airfield names to see the airfield diagrams/airfield data. Unzip into any folder and use the AirfieldMaps.html file to lookup the airfield data. Based on the works of Jeroen-79
  7. Cms

    For a website running CMS software you're going to want a webhost that offers MySQL and PHP. Those are the two (along with the webserver - like Apache) foundations of the CMS packages you mentioned (along with PHP-Nuke - the Big Dawg in CMSs) The good news is that CMS packages install easily. The almost good news is that learning to run a virtual website, and doing the DNS stuff isnt that hard to learn. Some more good news is that cost of running a virtual website has dropped a lot. You can get a decent setup for $48 a year (plus about another $7.50 for the yearly domain name fee). A lot of virtual hosting plans take a lot of the work out of installing CMS packages too. They have local scripts that will do that for you, plus add other features too. Here is an example of a basic plan with all the features you need (and more): Virtual Web Hosting Plan Check out the link to "FREE Web Applications! Install Automatically! NEW Feature! Details" You'll see PHP-Nuke and PostNuke installation options. That particular webhost even has decent tutorials about running the website. One more option is that you can install a CMS package on your PC and experiment there first! Learn the ropes so to speak. All you need to do is install a package that has Apache web server, PHP and MySQL. One such package that I've used is XAMPP Its almost TOO easy to install and run. Then you have your choice of CMS packages you can download and install. A Warning! Not all ISPs allow you to run server programs on your broadband account. Be sure to check the TOS- Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy AUP. Comcast Cable is an example of one ISP that forbids servers, Earthlink is one who permits servers.
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