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04-28-2008, 03:07 PM
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Tampa, FL
I won't make any suggestions as to the competence of those who can't figure it out without a third party windows bootstrapper.msi
What about the competence of those who run linux and windows side by side?
I've got 3 setups here... my linux server, which i use for production. my office pc, which is running windows with wamp5. and my home box(s)... my main is running Fedora 8/xpPro SP2 with wamp5, and my seccondary is running the new fedora 9/xpProSP2 with wamp5 for testing fedora....
Can't say as i have any issues in any of the environments. But then again, i'm not running a fulltime production server, that has ALOT of connections at one time... aka 90% of the worlds servers...
i think the topic title should be changed to manual install vs packaged install. only because your going to have people here who think packages are the lazy mans way, but then there are those who are looking for speed and ease.
Personaly, i think production type servers. Hosting companies, and servers that will get alot of traffic. should be manualy installed. only because then you have complete control over how it is installed. but if your doing smalltime hosting for yourself, and or friends... or just a test server...
then something like:
the 2 decent ones that i know of...
there were a few a few years ago, but i stopped looking really, when i found wamp5.
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