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Mgccl
This thing include
a activeX stuff, and a some dll, ocx file it need
also there is a exe file(not a must have)
it will send the requester 13 mb game, and I know those will be included in bandwidth...
But I still don't know if it is accfeptable for the server....
because send someone in the other side 13MB of stuff.... maybe is hard for the server
Bondings
The size doesn't matter. You however need to make sure that you have the legal rights to distribute those files AND they shouldn't contain any viruses/malware/spyware.
n0obie4life
Mgccl wrote:
This thing include
a activeX stuff, and a some dll, ocx file it need
also there is a exe file(not a must have)
it will send the requester 13 mb game, and I know those will be included in bandwidth...
But I still don't know if it is accfeptable for the server....
because send someone in the other side 13MB of stuff.... maybe is hard for the server


If I'm not wrong, you'll need ASP. Frihost does not support ASP.

We run Linux not Windows.
Daniel15
Quote:
If I'm not wrong, you'll need ASP. Frihost does not support ASP.

No, ASP is not needed. An OCX file is a compiled file, much like a .DLL or .EXE file (except it uses ActiveX COM technology).

13MB of stuff is fine, just make sure you have the legal rights to use it (either you made the stuff yourself, it is public domain, or you have permission from the copyright holder).
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