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FPSE Clone

FPSE clone is a Microsoft Frontpage Server Extensions clone. FPSE is should work with nearly any web server, because it is a regular CGI written in perl. It is also more secure than its Microsoft counterpart, because it does not require SUID priviledges.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  15 Jun 1999 12:49

    Release Notes: Hyperlink and navigation views now partially working, counter webbot is now working, and various other bombs and bugs fixed. This version should now be mostly stable, although it is still incomplete.

    •  08 Jun 1999 15:50

      Release Notes: Added support for: WebDAV/Netscape/AOL PUT, DELETE, PROPFIND, SAVE, EDIT, GET, etc., publishing the root web, getting document lists, getting documents, storing documents (publish), publishing sub-webs, and renaming, moving, copying, and deleting files, folders, and webs.

      Recent comments

      25 Mar 2003 20:15 brianjcohen

      No Documentation
      There is absolutely no documentation on the website or in the tarball.

      26 Jun 2000 04:51 kingmundi

      Has anyone gotten this to work on a Redhat 6.2 with Apache 1.3.12 ? I go through the all-text documentation and set it up. But when anyone tries to log on through Frontpage 2000, they get this error message...

      HTTP 404 File not found
      File not found404: File not found / /_vti_bin/shtml.exe/_vti_rpc doesn't exist

      Please contact your administrator

      It looks as though the servername is not getting passed to the cgi script? Anyone else having success?


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