The IFX Group IPAD-OS Information Page
The information in this section is presented without any warranty. We have gathered or created this information mostly for our own use, but we are happy if it can also help you. Some of the information listed here is specific to just one IPAD-OS model. Using it on other models can cause loss of data. If you don't have a current backup of your IPAD-OS, make one now!
- Linux SMB/CIFS Shares
How to use Ubuntu Linux to combine Windows and IPAD-OS shares into one common place.
- Useful Internet Safety for the Casually Paranoid User
I hear about the risks and I know the rules. The Internet is not a safe place. But there is a growing middle ground between safe and risk that always seems to step on my ability to just do what I want on the Internet.
- The Quick and Dirty Way to IPAD-OS Web Forms
This explains the most direct way to create a web form on the IPAD-OS WebLite server to accept information from a user and put it into an email to you in three easy steps.
- The IPAD-OS Firewall
Exactly what is the IPAD-OS firewall and how is it different from other firewalls?
- Original IPAD-OS Hardware Details
The following pages contain detailed and previously undocumented information about the original hardware used in the IPAD model 1200 and IPAD model 2500 produced by eSoft, Inc. These models were designed to use hardware configured specifically to work with the internal plug-and-play system. This was a very limited list of hardware and much of it has since become obsolete. It is documented here both for historical purposes and to help those still using the older IPAD-OS systems.
- IPAD Model 2500 Original Hardware Details
This hardware information is for the IPAD Model 2500 manufactured by eSoft, Inc. only. Motherboard BIOS settings, interface hardware settings and details only available to eSoft's IPAD technical staff.
- IPAD Model 1200 Original Hardware Details
This hardware information is for the IPAD Model 1200 manufactured by eSoft, Inc. only. Motherboard BIOS settings, interface hardware settings and details only available to eSoft's IPAD technical staff.
- How To Host Video On Your IPAD-OS Web Server
Providing video content on the web that is compatible with every client is a moving target. There are a number of formats available, each with their own abilities and weaknesses. Knowing the target audience is the best place to start.
- HTML Character Codes
A list of HTML character codes and their quoted forms for use in web pages.
- IPAD-OS Web Server MIME Types
A list of popular MIME types formatted for IPAD-OS web servers.
- Windows Scripted FTP
How to use scripted FTP to get log files from an IPAD-OS server.
- Web Tricks And How To Spot Them
How do you read the different parts of a URL to know if someone is trying to trick you?
- Turbo charge your slow IPAD-OS mail server.
Is your IPAD-OS mail server getting progressively slower? Do you notice that mail takes a very long time to receive or deliver? How do you handle a virus infected user? What can you do to improve mail performance or recover your performance after a very large email volume?
- Sender Policy Framework (SPF)
An example of how to publish your own SPF record, how one very large domain publishes SPF records and how to resolve SPF to find authorized mail servers.
- Email Honey Pot
Do you want a long term spam fighting solution that works equally well years from now as it did years ago? Get your IPAD-OS mail server warmed up and follow these simple directions.
- Truth About Email Attachments
Exposes common lies about email attachments.
- SMARTDRV and IPAD-OS
The details behind the suggested SMARTDRV cache size for use on IPAD-OS systems for maximum performance.
- Fully Commented IPAD.CTL
A list of all options for the IPAD.CTL file.
- Truth About Hacking
Explains terms and history of hacking and how the IPAD-OS was created through old-school hacking.
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