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Just unpack the file to a folder on your server like /sysinfo<BR><BR>

Then modify config.php for your needs.<BR><BR>

When you want to exclude your own machine from the statitics you MUST run cook.php. This will wite a cookie to your local harddisk.<BR><BR>

A small note for the speed. Just be sure to only enable servers that are really running. Else my script polls the connection and wait for a time out. ( solved in version 3.6 and up )<BR><BR>

You can write you own theme by coping an excisting one and modify these. If you mail your own theme to <a href="mailto:hide@address.com"> me </a> i will take care that the theme is in the next release <BR><BR>

If you have the first version of this script you can safely remove uptime.exe. It isn't needed anymore by
this script.<BR><BR>

<a href="http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;307106">Microsoft</a> confirmed that the network counter is reset after 4.0 Gb of traffic. No solution yet <BR><BR>

When you want to display the apache status & info you must modify your http.conf and put these functions on.<BR><BR>

That all there is...<BR><BR>
ONLY for Windows NT/2000/XP servers running apache with php.<BR><BR>
For a history of this script see <a href="history.html"> this file </a>.
<center><br><font size=-1>Documentation of <a href="http://basmaaks.xs4all.nl">Sysinfo </a> written by <a href="mailto:hide@address.com">The Gamblers</a></font></center>
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