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    Can anyone recommend a good server for WinME? I'd rather stay away from Apache becuase I've heard the Windows version isnt quite up to snuff compared to the Linux version...obviously. Also, Perl on a Windows machine...how well does that work?
    Thanks in advance guys

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    Hey ! Go for Apache web server for your Windows Box.
    I managed to get it working last week on my NT machine and it's working like a horse.

    If I can install it and get it working, anybody can...

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    I agree, use Apache. No server is going to be quite as good on win than on unix, but Apache for windows works for me, I use it at my house.
    Please don't PM me with questions.
    Use the forums, that is what they are here for.

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    Hi,

    Just off the subjest a little (sorry) but is it possible to run IIs and Apache on a win2kpro machine??
    .NET Code Monkey

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    Originally posted by big_al
    Hi,

    Just off the subjest a little (sorry) but is it possible to run IIs and Apache on a win2kpro machine??
    Sure set them up for different ports... put on on port 80 and the other on 1080. Then when you want to reference the one on 1080 just add the port number at the end of the URL...

    i.e. http://127.0.0.1:1080
    Wayne Luke
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