in the last couple of weeks my friend and I work on a data science product, that shall be hosted on IPFS and be driven by our own Stellar utility token. We described it a few times and a larger announcement will follow in the next couple of weeks.
We tried to host our stellar.toml file on IPFS, but the DNS settings etc. did not work properly. So for our stellar.toml file we rent a small hosting server (however one cannot make Apache settings)...
We uploaded our file on https://exohash.de/.well-known/stellar.toml. The file is found and verified e.g. by Stellarport (https://stellarport.io/assets/alphanum4/EXH/GD7S2JWO3SSA2YR2WZSKTIUIBGKBUAWKKGNBBLWJNECIZR2I7TUSC3M4), although CORS is not enabled. So I was wondering if enabling CORS is relevant for verification? Our recent problems where linked to rather restricted hosting services... another reason why we want to put everything (in the long run) on IPFS.
My second question: It is suggested to enable CORS via PHP or PERL. Does anyone got it working? If I "curl --head" my stellar.toml file is just request the toml file. How can one e.g. execute a PERL or PHP script?
Help is (as always) appreciated! You "witness" the very last pieces of or product, that are put together.