RE: web server suggestions
A good cross-platform webserver is Orion (www.orionserver.com). It's 100%
pure java, so it runs on any Java2 platform. Forget Perl, forget ASP, do
Servlets and JSP.
Performance is excellent.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: frosty [mailto:frosty]On Behalf Of John Foster
> Sent: Friday, July 28, 2000 6:04 AM
> To: Sven Burgener
> Cc: Debian ISP; Debian Users
> Subject: Re: web server suggestions
> Sven Burgener wrote:
> > Hi all
> > Sorry for this being so highly off-topic, forgive me; I
> need the infos.
> > (It's just that debian lists are an excellent resort for
> > I'd like some infos from people who've had experience with this:
> > What web server software is in your opinion best for
> running on an NT
> > machine? (Yes, NT)
> For reasons of compatibility and ease of maintainence, I strongly
> suggest staying with IIs or some other server designed for NT. It (NT)
> has enough problems without trying to get it to do something that
> Microsoft has effectively tried to keep folks from doing (using open
> source software).
> > (How) does Apache run on NT?
> It runs fine, but the windows version is not as robust as the
> etc. version. Plus, you will need to install some type of Perl
> (ActiveState) to get it to do anything worthwhile.
> > The reason I'm posting this, though, is, that a friend of
> mine needs the
> > infos, so I'll send any replies straight back to him.
> Tell your friend to check out the Apache and the ActiveState web site
> for explicit info.
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