Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Scoob_13, Jan 29, 2003.
Sorry, I just downgraded to Pro.
Eh, was free
Besides, all of our servers at work use this, and I need to be able to solve any problems, so I figured I'd kill 2 birds with 1 stone and use this old P2-350 with 128mb ram as a server to develop a site using PHP/MySQL and to practice working on so I don't have to call the higher ups.
God this thing is fucking slow
Yes, bloatware! Because with Pro you can do all you need, I mean, 10 connections should be enough for anyone, right?!?!?
Obviously he doesn't intend on creating a very interesting site.
Still limits you to 10 simutanious connections tho right? That is something that is limited by the OS not the webserv itself....
once installed open shell type
"apt-get install apache"
"apt-get install php4"
"apt-get install mysql"
"apt-get install php-mysql"
and viola your done
No. IIS limits it. There's abit of talk about software to intervene and up the max. allowed.
Apache doesn't care. Neither does Windows. IIS isn't even installed.
debian + apache 1.3 owns joo
Exactly... If you're going to run Apache, why bother running Windows?
cause not everyone is as linux inclined as others.
i run apache on my 2k box, but thats with the tomcat mod on it for my client/server programming.