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Configuring Personal Web Server MIME types.

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I am trying to configure Personal Web Server (PWS) to work with RealNetworks Realserver G2 for streaming audio, on a Win '95 computer, however, it requires that I do the following:

define the following MIME types on your Web server:

audio/x-pn-realaudio (files with a .ra, .rm or .ram file extension)
audio/x-pn-realaudio-plugin (files with a .rpm file extension)
application/smil (files with a .smi or .smil extension)
application/sdp (files with a .sdp extension)
application/x-pn-realmedia (files with .rp, extension)
text/html (files with a .html or .htm extension)
image/gif (files with a .gif extension)
image/jpg (files with a .jpg or .jpeg extension)

Can anyone tell me exactly how to configure the MIME types for PWS so that it will include these types.
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You cannot configure the MIME type with PWS.   You have to do it through the File extensions in Windows Explorer.  Open explorer, go to File Types (Cannot remember where it is in Win95. (I think View/Folder Options/File Types.)  Set them up there.  Otherwise, it cannot be done with PWS.  PWS was not designed to be a "server" it was designed to do local stuff....
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Thank you, any other information will be greatly appreciated.
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