[ic] dedicated installation
racke at linuxia.de
Tue Apr 6 13:45:41 EDT 2004
On Mon, 5 Apr 2004 19:27:56 +0300
"Rene Hertell" <interchange-users at hertell.com> wrote:
> > Going through the setup and installion of a dedicated box for an
> > interchange
> > store. We're looking at Redhat 9 or Enterprise V3 (apparently
> > the company
> > building the box isnt charging for EV3 installs). The other choices are
> > Fedora and FreeBSD. Any suggestions
> > Other questions (This is a 3.0Ghz Intel box w/HT). What packages
> > and other
> > things should I have installed on the box. Apache2, DNS, MySQL,
> > SSH, SSL, all
> > devel packages, do I want to install Perl via package or do it
> > myself. Any
> > gotchas with Perl and HyperThreading.
> > Looking for suggestions.
> I would suggest Debian stable (Woody). I run my server on that, and I can't
> complain :) You have to compile Perl by hand so that you wont get trouble
> with threads.
You don't have to compile Perl for woody machines.
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