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Xitami is a free product, and well-documented. Before you email us with questions, make sure you read the documentation and especially the FAQ. Bug reports are always welcome, if you can tell us what to do to make the problem happen. E-mails like 'Xitami crashed' are not very useful. When you report a problem, tell us:
Xitami includes a debugging option (the server:debug option) which generates various trace files. Use this feature to get information about a problem before you mail us. Often the trace files (debug.log, header.log, and request.log) will contain very useful information.
For help about using, configuring, or extending Xitami, use the Xitami discussion group. This is a mailing list kindly hosted by Scott Drake. The Xitami group generates 10-30 messages a day, and has an on-line archive which you can search by going to http://xitami.isonline.com/ and clicking on Search. To subscribe, send a message with the following command in the body of the message: subscribe xitami.
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| Welcome To Xitami | Table Of Contents | Installing Xitami | Administration | Configuration | Using The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) | Server-Side Includes (SSI) | Using Filters | Server-Side XML Processing | Server-Side GSL Scripting | Image Maps | Virtual Hosts | The FTP Service | The Dynamic DNS Feature | Throttle Pipes | A Beginner's Guide | Writing Web Server Extension (WSX) Agents | Extending Xitami with External Peer Processes | FAQ | Getting Support | Credits | Release History | License Agreement
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