Re: Multiple instances (was Using source code for debian; compiling debian)
On Thu, Jan 01, 1970 at 12:00:00AM +0000, email@example.com wrote:
> These were not web BROWSERS he was talking about but web SERVERS. You can
>not, in anything even remotely resembling a normal system, use two different
> Now in fact if you REALLY want to do this you can, in that you could
>configure (and probably recompile) one of the servers so that it does not
>try to use ANY of the resources of the other. Of course you would also have
>to use a non-standard protocol or two different physical net interfaces and
>would then have to either create two non-interacting network software
>package (or redesign the existing one), and of course alter the kernel, and
> Basically, asking for two (or more) packages such as web servers is much
>like asking to be able to use ext2 and vfat32 on the SAME physical partition
>and expect it to work.
Oh, come on. Only one of them can use the port 80, but
you can have as many web servers as you like. Think
about SSL - apache and apacheSSL are different servers.
It's more like having two editors installed - only
one can be the default ($EDITOR), but the others can
be used too.
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