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02-03-2004, 04:49 AM #1
Linux & Server: The early years
I've been very busy for some time now and have generally neglected my computer duties (*gasp*), but since the Linux conference was at my university last month and I skulked around in corners (I needed to go to the library ok? Not really.. I was being a sadcase but it was neat) my enthusiasm for actually seriously using my linux system has regenerated.
Anyone run a server on Linux here (she asks knowing full well "yes")? If so, what's ur setup? I'm using a stripped down & tailored Mandrake version (hard 2 explain) for the moment because Apache killed my kids and it was all nice and automated for a linux-dullard like me. But I like to grow.. and I'm just curious to hear ur esteemed advice on what u use n why it works for u.
Oooh I get 5 gold stars for originality on THAT question *rolls eyes* nevermind.
02-03-2004, 01:23 PM #2
I dont use linux, but I have a server running FreeBSD UNIX at home. Its fully linux-compatible, so there is not much difference.
One advantage is the ports system. Once installed, its very easy to install any software you need and all their dependants.
eg, I did make install in /usr/ports/www/mod_php4 and it installed apache first as it was dependant.
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02-10-2004, 10:28 PM #3
Linux Kicks Ass!
Just my two cents!