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Re: Need to Setup my own Linux/APache server for testing
  • 2004/1/17 23:06

  • domineaux

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I've been searching the web or a couple hours for a simple answer. The OS on my computer is Win2K Server. I'm concerned if there are issues I should be aware of if I use the miniserver.sourceforge.net package.

The reason I ask...The Apache is a server app, which I realize will work under the non-server versions of W2k. I'll have to put on another HDD if the W2k Server won't work with apache I've just got too much stuff I use on my current Win2K server OS at this time.

Sad to say, but I've really only go one computer that I use for development.

I do not have IIS enabled/installed, but I would like to find information that spells it out a little clearer. I looked on the Apache site, but didn't find anything.

I'd appreciate any thoughts or comments

"Effectively" I want to install the above mentioned miniserver package on my Win2k Server, any problems with that? I then want to install the XOOPS and build the sites on my PC before I upload to host server.





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Re: Need to Setup my own Linux/APache server for testing
  • 2004/1/17 23:05

  • domineaux

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  • Since: 2002/9/29


I've been searching the web or a couple hours for a simple answer. The OS on my computer is Win2K Server. I'm concerned if there are issues I should be aware of if I use the miniserver.sourceforge.net package.

The reason I ask...The Apache is a server app, which I realize will work under the non-server versions of W2k. I'll have to put on another HDD if the W2k Server won't work with apache I've just got too much stuff I use on my current Win2K server OS at this time.

Sad to say, but I've really only go one computer that I use for development.

I do not have IIS enabled/installed, but I would like to find information that spells it out a little clearer. I looked on the Apache site, but didn't find anything.

I'd appreciate any thoughts or comments




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Re: Need to Setup my own Linux/APache server for testing
  • 2004/1/17 17:40

  • domineaux

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I've been thinking on this...

I'm currently using the Win2K Server OS, with a dual boot to WinXP Pro. I have to use both systems for different things. I don't have a DOS partition.

I do "not" currently have IIS enabled on the server, but I was thinking of what kind of issues might be involved in using IIS.

Maybe I approach it this way. Is there a way to have IIS on the Win2K Server and have it share resources with Linux/Apache/php. When I say share, I mean is it possible for the two to be co-existent on the same drive or computer without issues?

My problem is having to build a couple of sites that will be using IIS, and I'm not sure if XOOPS will be acceptable. I realize XOOPS can be configured to work with IIS, but the client may want the ASP.

I have an old Pentium 200 w/256 Mem I could use for the Linux/Apache/PHP standalone server, but I'm not sure I'll like trying to develop with that old computer. Currently, I just use it to burn CDs.

I can sure as heck buy another HDD pretty cheap to deal with the different servers (Linux/APache & W2kServer/IIS) on separate drives, if HDD separation is enough or a good workable situation on the same box.

I'd appreciate any comments or suggestions. I'm still working on the project, and I'll be glad so share my gleanings when I'm done.

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Need to Setup my own Linux/APache server for testing
  • 2004/1/17 0:43

  • domineaux

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Thought I'd ask for some links and resources to build a server for testing some new web apps before putting them up.

I recall using some packages that were all inclusive before. I've been on a project that's taken over a year away from XOOPS so I'm outta touch...LOL

Oh, I'm using the Win2K server OS now, which shouldn't be a problem as I recall. Maybe I'll need to partition or setup a new HDD, which is fine with me.

I also need a good board-forums software. As I recall the XOOPS had one, but it was a little behind everything else feature wise. The Invision boards are no longer free I've noticed, or maybe I was on the wrong url.

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Google bot friendly urls for the newbb -
  • 2003/4/15 13:41

  • domineaux

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Has anyone made a hack for newbb that converts the url for easy google and search engine bots.



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Re: Xoops Hosting Forum Launched
  • 2002/11/14 4:45

  • domineaux

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I think we need some kind of polls...so we can rank these hosts in some fashion.

Maybe even put up a new poll every week or so with an accumulation poll over a prolonged time period.

Just some wood for the fire



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How to click on banners for move to another module
  • 2002/11/12 0:11

  • domineaux

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When clicking on the header Banner...

How do you set URL wording for clicks to your own site, without opening the site a second time.

I'd like to just use the top banner on my site for letting my users get familiar with my site.

I think it would be better if they just went to the module instead of a whole new site page opening.

Any suggestions?




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