An interesting thread has received a lot of attention recently on the rpg400-l list with the subject “RPGIII to get a facelift?” (see here to browse it in the archives). Among the many posts in this thread is one by Scott Klement that makes the point that in order to get people to move from […]
Today midrange.com is 11 years old. Of course the concept behind midrange.com is even older … the domain was registered 11 years ago. I find it quite amazing that something that started as a 286/8 Compaq Portable II with a 2400 baud modem could have grown into something as useful as this.
I’ve decided to repost some of the old IMHO articles that were on midrange.com. Currently I only have Dean Asmussen’s articles (who passed away in the spring of 2003) as sort of a homage to his memory. I’ll have to contact the other authors to make sure they want their old articles reposted.
Found this on Search400 … … how to change your FTP server to use a port other than the default port of 21. Ports in the range of 0-1023 are reserved and well-known ports, with port 21 being the established standard for FTP. The reason most people want to do this is to make it […]