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     1== Frequently Asked Questions == 
     2 
     3'''1. Platform support''' 
     4 1. '''[#1.1 How do I run Itaka in Windows?]''' 
     5 2. [#1.2 I am in Windows and Itaka does not start] 
     6 3. [#1.3 Will there ever be a native Windows version?] 
     7 4. [#1.4 Will Itaka be included in Debian/Ubuntu?] 
     8'''2. Configuration''' 
     9 1. [#2.1 Can I modify the HTML that is served?] 
     10 2. [#2.2 Can I modify the strings used in the HTTP authentication?] 
     11 
     12---- 
     13 
     141. '''Platform support''' 
     15{{{ 
     16#!html 
     17<a name="1.1"></a> 
     18}}} 
     19 1. Please see the Windows installation [wiki:Installation#Windows guidelines]. 
     20 
     21{{{ 
     22#!html 
     23<a name="1.2"></a> 
     24}}} 
     25 2. Open a command line window (Windows->Run->"cmd.exe"), then change into the directory where the *.py files are located. Execute itaka.py with the '''full Python path specified'''. 
     26 
     27 {{{ "C:\Python25\python.exe" "C:\Itaka\itaka.pyw --debug" }}} 
     28 
     29{{{ 
     30#!html 
     31<a name="1.3"></a> 
     32}}} 
     33 3. No, Python, Twisted and GTK are reasonably well supported and integrated in Windows that the effort of making a .NET port is not worth it. 
     34 
     35{{{ 
     36#!html 
     37<a name="1.4"></a> 
     38}}} 
     39 4. Eventually, yes. 
     40 
     412. '''Configuration''' 
     42{{{ 
     43#!html 
     44<a name="2.1"></a> 
     45}}} 
     46 1. Yes, see the [server] [html] setting in your Itaka configuration file which is in ~/.itaka/itaka.conf or %APPDATA%/itaka/itaka.ini in Windows. Also, in [source:/trunk/config.py config.py] the headhtml and footerhtml variables specify the HTML headers and footers used in every page served. 
     47 
     48{{{ 
     49#!html 
     50<a name="2.2"></a> 
     51}}} 
     52 2. Yes, see the [server] [authfailure] for the string used when the authentication failed. See [source:/trunk/server.py server.py] for other values. Specifically the !RootResource class.