BBNTD version 4.5 on a Windows 2003 server
I have been running BB for about 10 years on both Redhat and Windows, so I am no rookie with configuring it... so, I thought I'd play around with the Flash display and see what it looks like. Well, I'll be damned if I can figure out how to get it off the ground! I have no idea what some of the lines in bbf.xml do or to what they are referring. Is there an easy guide on how to configure it? I would love to see an example of a working bbf.xml to see the proper syntax, etc.
Does anyone out there actually use the Flash version? What are the benefits? I have always loved the elegant simplicity of BB...
Any help would be appriciated!
the bb-url tag is probably misconfigured. Think of it as $BBWEBHOST.
are you using multi-display feature? if so, you shouldn't have to do anything.
here's a win example:
<bb-clocks>New York,Los Angeles,San Francisco,Tokyo,UTC</bb-clocks>
here's a *nix example:
<bb-clocks>New York,Los Angeles,Tokyo,London,San Francisco</bb-clocks>
I used localhost:8080 as it's my laptop, you would need to enter your BB server hostname or IP address and port is needed. usually, win and *nix differ in the bb-prog, bb-cgibin and bb-images tags
HAH! I was thinking too much, as usual...
I get it now. Thank you!!!
Good to see you are still around, too!