Full Discussion: Setting up a personal FTP
Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Setting up a personal FTP Post 41396 by gearshifter on Sunday 5th of October 2003 03:28:28 PM
ok, the instructions is to get to [root@localhost root]#

I dont know how to get there ....

i am at [gearshifter@localhost /]$

lol.. what do i do now?
 
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Jifty::Manual::TutorialRest(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			  Jifty::Manual::TutorialRest(3pm)

NAME
Jifty::Manual::TutorialRest - Web Services DESCRIPTION
This builds on Jifty::Manual::Tutorial, so make sure you have a running jifty that roughly resembles the step-by-step from there. SETUP
You must add this to your site_config.yml framework: Plugins: - REST: {} See Jifty::Plugin::REST. The commands assume that you have LWP installed with the GET alias. If not, you'll need to use the longhand lwp-request -m GET, or curl, or your browser. help Make sure it is working: $ GET http://localhost:8888/=/help Accessing resources: ... You should see some text describing the services, not html (that's longhand for 404.) Check the config and restart the server. GET
Just list the models. $ GET http://localhost:8888/=/model.yml --- - MyWeblog.Model.Post List the Post schema. $ GET http://localhost:8888/=/model/Post.yml --- body: label: Content name: body readable: 1 sort_order: 1 type: text writable: 1 id: mandatory: 1 name: id readable: 1 type: serial writable: 0 title: default: Untitled post label: Title name: title readable: 1 sort_order: 0 type: text writable: 1 You did make some posts, right? $ GET http://localhost:8888/=/model/Post/id.yml --- - 1 - 2 Dump the data: $ GET http://localhost:8888/=/model/Post/id/1.yml --- body: 'This is my post, the content of which is this, which is mine.' id: 1 title: my first post $ GET http://localhost:8888/=/model/Post/id/2.yml --- body: "Content of another post. Got to go, the cat's on fire." id: 2 title: post deux POST
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