On Wednesday 15 November 2000 16:53, Guest, Ken wrote:
> #-----Original Message-----
> #From: gerodonoghue at sigma-sl.ie [mailto:gerodonoghue at sigma-sl.ie]
> #Sent: 15 November 2000 16:18
> #To: ilug at linux.ie; noel.carroll at cardbase.com> #Subject: Re: [ILUG] Apache
> #I have IIS on NT not running SSL and I have to reboot NT Server every 2
> #to 3 days.
>> And if that's without the added layer of complexity (in Microsoft's
> case, that should read 'bugginess') then I don't want to even guess
> how long that'd last with SSL included in the setup.
> Leon, do Cardbase a favor and strongly recommend they use Apache+Linux.
> The switch over will mean less hassle in the long run.
I'll definatly agree with that - I managed to get Apache + SSL working first
time - I had never even compiled Apache before so I'm definatly a newbie with
it - I had no problems - just follow the instructions and
https://kargellan.ucc.ie/ was up and running :-)
Thomas B. Quillinan
Centre for Unified Computing (http://www.cuc.ucc.ie)
finger tom at skynet.csn.ul.ie for my PGP Key
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