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#90918 03/06/2000 4:28 AM
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What servers do everyone use?

(Apache/IIS/Other)

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#90919 03/14/2000 6:18 PM
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Apache.

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#90920 03/15/2000 4:49 AM
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Anyone else? (Thanks FFRonin)

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IIS 5.0 on Windows 2000.

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Nice - you should be safe in the knowlege that your server is up to 500 times faster than Apache people, and even faster than mine (IIS 4, NTS4).

Does anyone use anything other than Apache or IIS. Any WebStar (Mac) users in the house?

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#90923 03/16/2000 12:55 AM
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But you should know that IIS has 500 more problems then apache [Linked Image] Get apache for windows.. it is better.. but alot better if used on *nix platform [Linked Image]

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Sorry to call you a moron, but I just have. How is a 500 error generated? Go away and think about that.

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No problem. I want to get an IIS though.

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#90926 03/17/2000 12:53 AM
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If someone else hosts your site you usally dont get to choose the web server type.. most hosts out there use unix.. I *WAS* on a NT host for 2 days.. thing kept crashing on me.. I have an NT box here I use for my BBS (no not UBB, but an original BBS!) (for those former/still are sysops visit www.winserver.com, I use that) but I used iis on there a couple fo times.. nothing but trouble apache works a bit better..
I am now at futurequest..which is a great host..
I am not trying to dump on IIS or anything.. I know apache has it's bugs too.. where do you think the name came from?? A-Patchy-server! (says that somewhere on their site..)
I do apologize for those I may have offended by my IIS comment..

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I tried installing Apache on NT (*way* back when i had 4.0). No success. Very hard to configure (at least, for me). I downloaded one little utility that makes it easier, but still w/o luck. I switched to IIS then [Linked Image]

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#90928 03/17/2000 5:45 AM
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I'm not a microsoft Advocate. Indeed, most of my stuff is hosted on WebStar (Mac based). I just don't think it's write for people to slag-off software when it doesn't deserve to be. There is plenty of poor software from MS that needs to be critisised. Don't pick on their best product.

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Yeah.
I use Apache for UNIX.
It seems to be easier to set file permissions in unix. Thats why, my site is hosted by unix. [Linked Image]

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IIS/Windows 2000. But I like Apachie a lot better, ton easier to set up than IIS. Once set-up UBB runs well on IIS but I still think it's happier on Apachie.....[Linked Image]

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NT
IIS 3/4
Domino 4.5
Domino 4.6

Solaris
Apache 2.*
Netscape Enterprise4.*

Linux
Apache 2.*

#90932 03/29/2000 5:30 AM
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Domino is appropriatly named - one little push and it all falls down. I am not a Lotus fan.

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