Re: Frontpage ext
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Mozzi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Tuesday 06 April 2004 07:24, Paul Johnson wrote:
>> What is your final goal? I see three distinct possible courses of
> Well....er... to host frontpage sites on my webserver?
Right, but for those of us who don't know, what's so special about
Frontpage that it requires apache plugins to work right?
> Being an ISP that kinda makes sense doesn't it?
Not particularly, I prefer not getting compromised by insecure plugins
>> 1) The more-work route: Cut your losses and scrap the Frontpage idea,
>> post what your final goal is and possibly get an answer on how to
>> do the same in an open manner.
> If you could do that, I would easily be the happiest person around.
OK, so what does Frontpage do that it requires poorly tested apache
>> Little ironic, given the question, eh?
> That typifies my filosophy but if people pay you for hosting, and you like
> taking their money you sometimes have to compromise.
http://xprt.net/ "If you need technical support, you aren't our customer."
>>  http://ozguru.typepad.com/gday_mate/2004/03/microsoft_vs_ps.html
> Funny ;-)
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