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Table of Contents
For UNIX Newbies
Backup and Restore, Images
MP3 and Sound
Ethernet and Peripherals
Services & Advanced
Still to be answered...
The author claims no responsibility for the information contained within this FAQ. Anyone using this information assumes the total responsibility for the results of their actions when doing so, and the responsibility for any effects so caused. The author gives no warranty, explicit or implied, as to the accuracy of this information and the safety of using same.
In other words- please be careful. If you hack your Audrey, please make sure you understand what you are doing. If you manage to break it, you may very well be lost without support from anyone. I put this site up to be helpful and hopefully make people happy- don't embark on things that you are uncomfortable with.
A word of thanks to all the people out there who are going crazy hacking this thing. It is my honest goal to give you all credit for your work, so if you see something up here that you wrote, please contact me and give me your information so I can give you due credit.
I would also like to give specific thanks to:
David Chen, for his very thorough compilation of a great many of the
articles listed below.
All I am trying to achieve with this site is a single and complete repository of compiled information about Audrey, so if you can send me information, it would be greatly appreciated and helpful. I give credit to anyone submitting the information wherever possible. (Sometimes I don't know who is responsible for the information.)
Specific things I am looking for, in order of preference:
Additional help I am always in the need of:
In all cases when contributing, please let me know the following:
Send all information to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, more to the point, what in the bloody blue blazes is an Audrey?!
An Audrey, or simply "Audrey" as we call here her at the Russo household, is what is commonly known as an "internet appliance". Since you are using the internet, I'll assume you know what that is, but what does it mean to be an internet appliance? Well, the theory is that an appliance is a simple item in your home which has a single purpose, or a very small number of purposes. It is easy to use, accessible to anyone, plugs in and away you go.
Clearly, your toaster is an appliance that browns bread. Your refrigerator is an appliance that keeps your beer (juice, milk, film, dead bodies) cold. Your Audrey allows you to browse the web, send and receive e-mail, and keep a schedule handy for all members of the household.
Audrey is relatively small- about 14" wide by 10" tall. She has a ~640x480 pixel touch screen that allows you to select items and change cursor position via use of a stylus (a pen like device sticking out of the top of her like an antennae). The stylus is clear, but blinks a cool glowing green whenever she has mail for you or needs your attention. She has a small wireless keyboard which can be conveniently hung on the back of her. She has a couple small speakers in a metal bezel at the top, which can play whatever sounds you encounter, and can even be used to play music. Finally, Audrey comes in several cute colors- Linen (white), Meadow (green), Ocean (blue), Slate (gray) and Sunshine (yellow).
Common uses for an Audrey are:
There is also the hacker element. (When I say hacker, I mean a bunch of geeks like myself who love getting toys like this and digging into their insides to play, which is basically what this FAQ is dedicated to.) Hackers like to use the Audrey to do some pretty wild stuff. For example:
Ok, I was kidding about that last one...
...They're Pinky... Pinky and The Brain, brain, brain, brain...
It's also important to note that Audrey has been discontinued. You should read more about this before deciding to buy one.
The people who use and play with Audrey's are like any community of crazy people. They need help. :)
In all seriousness, to keep Audrey's alive and well, there are many things that the community is pretty commonly asking for. I am going to do my best to list these here. If you are interested in contributing any of these things, please post a message to the I-Appliance BBS and also be sure to let me know so I can add your contribution information here on this FAQ.
This FAQ is a compilation of information pertaining to the Audrey. I am putting it together for two reasons. 1. I'm a helpful guy and I noticed how difficult it was to glean information from all the lists and web pages and want to make it easier for everyone else. 2. It makes it easier for me when I need to or want to do any of these things for my two Audreys... and my Mom's.
It is very unlikely that anything listed here is a representation of my own original work. In fact, the only work I am doing is compiling it, and in some cases testing it. It is my goal to give credit to each and every clever person out there who has tested and posted this information so willingly. If you see something that is yours, please tell me so I can give you credit.
It is also very unlikely that I will be able to (or want to) test each and every piece of information on this page. For that reason, I will list everything as follows:
Please understand that this is really only a gauge of my comfort level with the information, and no indication of it's accuracy or viability.
Yes. After a very short lifespan, 3Com Discontinued the Audrey in mid/late 2001.
For more information on 3Com's official position on this issue, please see their corpoarate Audrey FAQ at http://www.3com.com/products/en_US/discontinued/audreyqa.html.
In short, if you purchase an Audrey, you are largely on your own. There is a community of Audrey fans and hackers which is developing rather quickly, but if your Audrey breaks you may very well be unable to replace it through any standard corporate support methods.
Presently, Audreys can be purchased at TigerDirect (search for the word Audrey). At last check, they had an exclusive with Compaq and were selling them new and in-box for $89.99, and the USB ethernet adapter for $29.99.
You can also purchase Audreys through auction on ebay and other auction websites. Needless to say, prices and conditions will vary.
Thanks to Keith Benoit for providing
QNX 6.0 embedded, with Neutrino kernel and Photo GUI manager. The current version of QNX is 6.1, but Audrey was developed with and uses QNX 6.0. Running selected QNX 6.1 binaries on Audrey is possible, provided you have downloaded and linked in the required QNX 6.1 shared object library (.so) files.
If you hold down the mail and datebook buttons while plugging in the Audrey, it comes up saying "Ready to load image from serial port".
Thanks to tdemark on I-Appliance BBS.
Press the Action button
and select "Audrey Options".
* WARNING * This
will blow all your data away
I changed the mapping of
the following keys:
This will make it a little easier for some of those cut and paste shortcuts not to mention sending a ^C.
While I was working on this I found that they somehow have the buttons sending F# key symbols to photon independent of the keyboard file. The other bad thing is that they appear not to accept Ctrl or Alt modifiers which would make them more useful. The scan codes the buttons produce are pretty screwy.
Now for the installation instructions:
Get the audrey.kbd file from (?) and copy it to /nto/photon/keyboard/en_US_101.kbd.
Now do one of the following...
Option 1. Run ps | grep devi-k (or ps | more and look for the devi-kojak process). Then run "kill <pid> ; /kojak/devi-kojak -b touch ir", where <pid> is the devi-kojak process id, all on one command line. Your pterms should now be using the new keyboard layout.
Option 2. Run 'shutdown'
or reboot the Audrey in your favorite manner.
Assuming that you purchased your Audrey from TigerDirect.com, you are probably aware that they have a "no returns" policy on discontinued items like the Audrey, and you are probably now panicking.
Don't worry! Lonny Paul, the Director of e-Commerce at Tiger Direct, has said that he will be happy to help you if you are experiencing problems getting the Audrey swapped out. (You should probably try calling TigerDirect first so as not to bog the poor guy down with return requests- if you have a problem then contact him.)
Please treat this responsibly. Lonny is a great guy and has been very supportive of the Audrey community, but he is a business man and has better things to do with his time than listen to somebody whining about the fact that they hacked the hell out of their Audrey and it doesn't work anymore. Tiger's willing to swap out DOAs- not Audreys that you have broken.
Needless to say, I'm certain that his ability to assist will be based upon availability and certain other conditions.
Thanks to cokeguy! :)
I have taken the main Audrey images and removed the text. On one of the images, I have left the "Welcome", on the other, I have completely cleared it off. You can use these as you like to create your own backgrounds.
Thanks to tdemark on I-Appliance BBS.The font is "Helvetica Bold" - the work was done in Photoshop with the following settings:
Text Tool -
Add Effect:Drop Shadow -
can I add buttons to the action palette of my Audrey?
Thanks to tdemark and mr32 on I-Appliance
Note: This is one way to set up Audrey so that you can get a shell with administrative rights. The other way is to set the set-UID bit on the pterm program itself. (If you don't know what a set-UID bit is, then you're probably better off using this procedure. If you do, pterm is in /nto/photon/bin :-)
Before performing this action, you must have already obtained all the latest software updates, including the one that will give you a shell. For more information on how to do this, see the section on updating your Audrey's software.
This particular example will show you how to add a button for shutdown and a button for bringing up a shell.
Thanks to tdemark on I-Appliance
Audrey was originally designed to update herself via 3Com servers that have since been taken offline. However, some very nice person (whose name I have not yet determined) has setup a DNS spoof for the original 3Com servers, and made the updates available on his machines. If you follow the directions below, you will get the most recent software updates, along with a hack that will give you shell access. This last update which enables shell access will allow you to make other modifications to your Audrey.This update was done on a home network and using the USB/Ethernet adapter.
IMPORTANT! There are actually two ways to do this, the method documented here will actually destroy all your settings, mail, calendar information and so on. Editor's Note: I've basically described how to avoid this, but I have not done it in great detail so unless you basically know what you are doing, you may need to follow the more destructive route.
The software rev at this point is 1.00.17.01
Editor's Note: This is the section that will kill all your settings. You can simply go into the ISP information screen and change this information there without forcing Audrey to fail out. This should work just fine. (It's what I did.)
(1) In the Action Palette,
(Yes, they are both the same)
(7) Allow Audrey to go out
and get the correct time (should be just after she starts up)
After the update, I had software revision 1.02.04.01 RC24 2/5/2001
(12) Press and hold for a
few seconds the Mail, Action, and Browser buttons (here-to-fore known as
the "Three Finger Salute", TFS)
After this update, I am running software version 1.02.08.00 RC26 3/29/2001
After this update, I am running software version 1.02.08.01 FINAL 4/23/2001
After this update, I am running software version 1.02.08.01 FINAL 4/23/2001 + SHELL (I think)
If you are using dial-up to get your updates, you may find that the final update with the shell may not come over. This is normal. You will need to find and connect your Audrey to an actual network connected to the internet to get this to work.
Go into /data/XML/Channels. You'll see the names of the channels you currently have assigned to positions. Go into any one of them, then into the .template directory, and you'll see an index.shtml.
Then, create an index.shtml to send you to the URL of your choice!
Then make an index.shtml that redirects to www.abcnews.com
To create the "index.shtml" file (comments in parenthesis - don't type those!):
vi index.shtml (create the file)
(the body stuff with the href is helpful if you mistype the meta refresh line)
The images and suplimental files for the channels are located at /data/XML/Channels/.Channelxx/. Replace the xx with a two digit number starting with 00.
The Channel bar images are located at /data/XML/Channels/.Channel(xx)/Graphics/Graphic.gif. Each folder is set up the same and with the same filenames. Replace these images with 120 x 60 gifs.
The images located at /data/XML/Channels/.Channel(xx)/Icon/Icon.gif
The Icon directory with the Icon.gif in it is used for the user interface when selecting channels for the channel bar. I copied the single one that I had working(mkdir Icon;cp ....) into my user-defined channel, and that icon did appear in the "Select Channels" screen. So, the Graphic is for the channel bar, and the Icon is for the Selection screen.
A really interesting directory to look at is the /data/XML/Channels/.Channel(xx)/URLs/Package/ direcotry. Looking through there, I was able to find a reference to yet another site that the Audrey gets it content. It is contained in the .attributes file. It refers to a URL at www.vs.aparato.net. When I tried this url on my PC and Audrey, both displayed a bunch of XML data that looked like a DTD. I am assuming this is where the channel is updated.... Yet another interesting directory is the ..../URLs/UpdateTable.
If you set a shell access via channels, you can get permissions for running utilities by:
pterm using Audrey Options
Voila, now when you pterm from Channels, you still have full file operation!
In /kojak there are two files, boot.sh and configure.sh Inside boot.sh, there are a couple "ln" lines that create the links for the 6 core channels to point back to /data/XML/Channels/.waitingForUpdate/Template folder. If you modify this file, then whenever Audrey boots up, have the create the link for .template to the /Template folder, you can reboot and not lose the custom configured channel to your hearts desire.
For unix newbies, once you get a shell, you can create a redirected link by doing the following:
1) type: cd /data/XML/Channels/ABCNews/Template
This will create a link to the current directory's Template folder. This will make it easier if you want to create customized channels. What did I do? I turned my ABCNews channel into a calculator.
How to do it:
### STEP 1 ###
I downloaded a Macromedia Flash calculator (http://www.flashkit.com/movies/Applications/Scientif-Digital_-89/index.shtml) This one's a pretty cool one...does binary, hex, oct, as well as a bunch of other functions that aren't available in other flash calculators I've seen.
### STEP 2 ###
Store the .SWF file on some web hosting service like Geocities, Xoom. (If you have an FTP client, you can probably FTP it to the Audrey and store it in the Templates folder)
### STEP 3 ###
Using VI, create a new index.shtml file and put the following:
Now, make a note of the "<EMBED Src=" line. Put in the URL for where you're storing the .SWF file. If it's local (ie: Template folder) then just put CALCULATOR.SWF.
This should work with any ShockWaveFlash file, so just think of the possibilities here....games, To-Do list (hey, anyone good enough to create one that links to Yahoo Notepad or Yahoo Calendar)? Hey, maybe someone would like to make a YahooMessenger.SWF?
Some other cool Flash files from www.flashkit.com:
NoticeBoard (don't know if this will work, it writes to a file)
Flash Chatster (???)
PaintBox (for the kids)
Google Search Interface
ICQ Instant Message
To use a USB mouse:
To use a serial mouse:
devi-hirun msoft fd -d /dev/ser1 &
How can I create a
backup CF Image?
For a normal image (ie, doesn't touch the IPL), you would get fs0p0 and fs0p1 from the Audrey shell. You would concatenate these (copy /b fs0p0+fs0p1 /b cf-image.bin or cat fs0p0 fs0p1 > cf-image.bin ). Then, get Sowbug's mkcf utility from his 'hack' page, and follow the instructions there.
To put the image on a CF card, I'm using a Sandisk ImageMate CF Reader/Write (SDDR-31), with a Sandisk 32MB flash card. I'm using this under Windows 2000 since USB support under Linux for these devices just isn't working too well. So I have modification of the 'ntrw' utility at http://www.audreyhacking.com/~scythic which will read/write to a raw disk.
For my case, it's H: so I did: ntrw read size.img H:
Now, take the CF to the Audrey, power it off, stick it in (label facing towards the back), power the Audrey on while holding BOTH date-book and sleep.
Thanks to suicidal on I-Appliance
This is assuming that you have an Audrey updated to the Final version w/ Shell activated and Pterm active. CF card was straight out of the box, no formatting or alteration performed.
1. Started a pterm via the Actions Palette.
Backing up takes about 2-3 minutes.
1) Unplugged the Audrey
BTW, the CF card I used is labled on the front as: SanDisk 32 MB CompactFlash
On the back: SanDisk CE SDCFB 99 SanDisk
Barcode: SDCFB-32-455 (top of Barcode), 6...19659 01155...0 (Bottom of Barcode), 80-56-00317-32 (Below that).
vi is a simple, yet powerful, text editor which is included with pretty much any UNIX-style operating system. It is modal, which can be a little confusing for some people, but you can learn the basics and get by reasonably well when hacking your Audrey.
When you first start vi, you will be in navigation only mode. This means you can move your cursor around the file to view it or position it for when you are ready to make changes.
"i" will put you in insert mode. This will allow you to
insert characters wherever your cursor is.
Go to http://www.cec.mtu.edu/newuserdoc/node9.html for more vi commands.
Thanks to David Chen.
Well, just put ped into the /nto/photon/bin directory and ran it, it runs just fine from the hacked Audrey. Cool, it is much easier to use than vi, kinda like wordpad in window$ and allows for auto indent, block formatting, fonts and font sizes, text formatting, etc.
I think it is in this file:
Now you even have a word processor! I'm happy b/c I was a complete klutz whenever I was using vi, guess I'm not hardcore enough.
You will also need to add the "mv" (move) command by installing this file into /nto/photon/bin.
Now, the parameter -i is used on the Audrey to limit it to talking to 127.1 (localhost). Simply remove that parameter from the slinger line in /config/rm-apps, and you can access Audrey from your PC.
Voila! You can browse it using its IP address (obtainable under Audrey Options About profile)
Example using my Audrey:
You can likewise run cgi from here, so:
In the /config diretory you will find a file kcrontab.
Using vi you will see a line that looks something like this:
You can either change the number (in this example 54) to a * and it will update every minute, or you can add 12 lines all the same except for the minute 5 , 10 , 15 etc.... and it will update on those minutes past the hour.
Note that you will need to reboot Audrey for these changes to take effect. Also note that if you make changes in the "Download Schedule" applet control, that these settings may be overwritten.
Using vi, change change the value in the /config/SYSTERM_ScreenSaveSecs file to the number of seconds until you want the screen to turn off.
Setting a value of 0 will disable the screen saver function entirely.
You can use gpio to turn the screen on and off. I'm not sure if it's going into a sleep mode of any kind though. But then again, I'm not sure if the audrey ever goes into sleep mode or just turns off the screen.
The command is /kojak/gpio -a 0x40010004 -b6 -m3 -s opt, where opt is a number between 0 and 3. 0 turns the screen off, 1 clears the screen, 2 seems to be the same as 0, and 3 turns the screen on.
Setting /config/BROWSER_Use256Colors to 0 (default is 1) gets rid of the gross dithering on pictures... so far I've not seen any adverse side effects. Now this thing has serious potential as a picture frame.
Note that when the browser exits, it rewrites the config file, so you need to do this immediately after booting and before running the browser, or just popup a shell. Do a "ps". Look for the process id of the process that says "Browser" in its name. Type "kill xxx" where xxx is that process id. Edit the file. Exit the shell. Hit the browser button. No need to reboot.
You can increase the value in "/config/BROWSER_ImageCacheSizeKB" to increase the image cache size.
Thanks to dejab on I-Appliance BBS.
You can snapshot just about anything including a pterm screen.
Thanks to madigan on I-Appliance BBS.According to TigerDirect, supported printers are (USB):
QNX has drivers for:
I know it may seem silly for some, but oddly enough very few people are aware that you can actually hang the Audrey keyboard on the translucent cover on the back of the audrey. (keys facing away from screen, spacebar towards the ground).
Yes, you can. A number of people put a lot of work and research into this one. It's a rather lengthy procedure, and therefore somewhat impractical to duplicate here. However, you can find the information on Robert's Audrey page at: http://www.canoma.com/audrey/mp3.html
Thanks to mitalium on I-Appliance BBS.
I have been annoyed by underruns (clicks, pops etc.) while playing MP3s from a shared windows directory on my audrey with phplay. I have written a shell script which improves the playback quality by setting a 5Mb input buffer. This eliminates network related problems, however it adds a significant delay to the startup of the song. I do still occasionally get underruns, and almost always get them while moving windows on the audrey.
Below is a copy of my shell script: Notice that I conditionally mount the windows shared directory. I thought it would be safer to do it here rather than in the boot scripts, since others have reported problems.
Thanks to davec, rmosko, tempestII on I-Appliance
Yes, here are a list of some that we know of:
Thanks to Keith Benoit for providing this information.
Absolutely, with some limitations.
Audrey's original Ethernet adapter was a USB to 10-Base-T unit, 3COM model number 3C19250. This unit is actually a 3COM OEM version of the Kawasaki LSI KL5KUSB101 Ethernet adapter. Similar units are: LinkSys USB10T, Netgear EA-101, and D-Link DSB-650C. These units can be flash programmed to reset the Vendor_ID and Device_ID values as if they were the 3COM device, using Kawasaki LSI's "qttools" software.
More information is available in this thread at linux-hacker.net.
Thanks to codeman on I-Appliance BBS.Ok i just did this on my Linksys usb10t but should work with other kawi usb adapters.
All you have to do is change the vender and prod id in the eeprom.
So here we go...
On a Windows box goto http://www.klsi.com/drivers/index.htm
and download qttools.zip.
Plug it into you Audrey and get on the net !!
More vendor product ids and codes can be found here:
Thanks to jklm and rseidl on I-Appliance BBS.
Thanks to Keith_D on I-Appliance BBS.
Note: Keith_D is credited with developing the first native Audrey application!
After digging in and learning the QNX development environment, I've completed my first audrey application. It is an onscreen keyboard that allows you to enter text into *any* application. With it you can use your Audrey without the keyboard and still enter text. It also has keys that the real keyboard does not even have like ctrl, alt, esc so you can use them without hacking your keyboard definition file.
The executable is only 27K and is built with QNX 6.0 so you don't need anything other than the executable.
More info, screen shots, and the download are at: http://www.keithandgina.com/audrey
You need to have the ability to run 6.1 binaries. You also need to stop usb-ohci from running as that screws up the usb connections. After that you need the 6.0 file devi-hirun and the 6.1 files devu-ohci and devu-kbd. Then run:
Since a few people have expressed interest in running a Marimba server (thank you for helping me spare my miserable little 128kb/s link), I'm going to write up the instructions here in the hope of just typing it in one more time. I was going to post this earlier, and others could have mirrored 3com's site, but this would have caused problems while 3com's site was up.
WARNING - these files will probably vanish off Marimba's FTP server. I won't send them to you... Maybe someone else will if you are too late. You have to change into these directories blindly - some windowing ftp clients won't work.
These are both 30 day trial versions.
Get the additional Car's
you need from ftp://ftp.marimba.com/pub/docs/documentum
Start your Transmitter
(right click on the Transmitter channel, and select start).
TransmitterAdministrator and lock down your server. Set the port to 80
(required for Audrey). Do passwords, etc.
Look at the directory
layout on http://www.sowbug.com/audrey, and replicate it on your server.
In other words, you need the folders:
You now have a working marimba server.
Thanks to jayklm on I-Appliance BBS.
Jayklm has posted a ROM image here: http://audrey.fizzlez.com
There is a danger that if you don't do it exactly as instructed, you may trash your flash loader and your Audrey will be DOA.
Thanks to Keith_D on I-Appliance
The QNX image that is on the page linked below is an ISO image of the QNX 6.0 OS CDROM. getting this and burning it to a CD will allow you to install QNX on a PC. this will give you an environment to pull libraries and essential files from, in addition to having a nice development environment to program for Audrey.
Note: There have been some complaints that the ISO image above has some problems with file names being shortened and otherwise mangled. You may have better luck trying the link below.http://www.planetmirror.com/pub/qnx/qnxrtp/old/qnxrtp.iso
You may also want to investigate the QNX 6.1 ISO source on qnx.com: http://get.qnx.com/
Thanks to Chris Guthrie.
The Audrey was shipped using QNX 6.0 as the operating system. Since then, QNX has released QNX 6.1. Since it is much easier to get 6.1 many people have hacked in programs from that release. Unfortunately, using programs from 6.1 often requires installation of additional 6.1 libraries that use up valuable memory on the Audrey. Thus for any serious development, 6.0 is the preferred release.
Thanks to the Audrey Hacking Website.
You can do this using VNC.
VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote display system which allows you to view a computing 'desktop' environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.
The latest versions of VNC and this documentation are always available from the AT&T Labs Cambridge web site at http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc.
Adding VNC to your audrey
First download and extract the http://www.audreyhacking.com/files/vncviewer.ph.gz file onto your audrey.
In your browser window, simply type in the following URL: http://localhost/shell.shtml?pterm
Note that this shell will not allow you full administrative rights on the Audrey, but will get you far enough to allow you to create the buttons allowing you unchecked admin access to the device.
The shell will not allow you full administrative control. The only way you can gain full administrative access is to follow the procedure on Adding Buttons to the Action Applet.
(Just so everyone understands exactly what we're talking about here, this allows another PC to send HTTP requests to the Audrey's built-in web server, meaning that the PC can run the Audrey's CGI binaries and view its channel content. It's not a telnet server, VNC server, or X client, so you can't do any RPCs or open terminals on the other PC.)
The parameter -i is used on the Audrey to limit it to talking to 127.1 (localhost). Simply remove that parameter from the slinger line in /config/rm-apps, and you can access Audrey from your PC.
Step by Step Instructions:
You can likewise run cgi from here, so:
Thanks to madmax, scythic, kenm and a whole lot of people on I-Appliance BBS.
When updating the Audrey, you need to convince her that 3com.maribma.net is still alive and well. That's where the Audrey updates come from. Presently Jason Roysdon has setup a spoofing DNS server at 22.214.171.124, which when you point Audrey at it, it will tell you that 3com.maribma.net is actually at 126.96.36.199. It is actually preferable that you point this to resolve to 2-1b.artoo.net instead of the actual IP address, so that way Jason can change the IP address at will.
The problem is that some people have forgotten to change their DNS settings back to normal after completing the updates, thus causing a lot of Audreys to use poor madmax's server and bandwidth constantly. Therefore, there is a chance that when you go to perform this function, you may find that madmax has taken down his service and you may have some problems.
If you are so nervy or technically inclined, you can setup your own DNS server and create your own spoof entries for 3com.marimba.net and marimba.3com.com and point both of them to 188.8.131.52. Then you can point your Audrey to your DNS server and you should be all set.
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