I just copied the code into a file called nanoserv.pl and then launched it with "perl nanoserv.pl"
Then just open up a browser to http://localhost or http://localhost:8080 (if you use the zipped version)
Your very own n800 webserver! This may work on the n700 too, not certain but I don't see why not.
Anyways, just FYI.. it's pretty cool to host a webpage off your tablet.
BTW - You will need to put your index.html and any other files under the root directory at the top of the script. I think his default is /ns/ns-root which you will have to make. (mkdir /ns ; mkdir /ns/ns-root)
But you can make it in your /home/user directory like I did.
One thing, once you launch it, it backgrounds itself and is immediately listening, so you can only kill it by doing a "ps ax" and looking for the PID it's running under, then "kill -9 <pid>" or just restarting the nokia.
Also, it will output connections to your shell until you close it and reopen it, but its nothing but a minor annoyance.
Last edited by Laughingstok; 09-22-2007 at 06:18 PM.