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i previously used my pc as a server while windows xp pro was the os.... now that im installing rh9, can i still use apache, mysql, php, phpMyAdmin, asp, n ...
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    i previously used my pc as a server while windows xp pro was the os.... now that im installing rh9, can i still use apache, mysql, php, phpMyAdmin, asp, n all the good stuff that goes along with servers?

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    All of those features are pretty much built into and made for linux. RH9 should handle those with no problem. ASP, however might need a little more work to get working, as that is primarily a Windoze feature. Apache ASP should handle it.
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    of course you can use them with linux os.so go on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue|Fusion
    All of those features are pretty much built into and made for linux. RH9 should handle those with no problem. ASP, however might need a little more work to get working, as that is primarily a Windoze feature. Apache ASP should handle it.
    You can handle even ASP.net if you want too. If you use Redhat or Fedora than go to http://www.go-mono.org. I use Fedora Core 2 at the moment for my ASP.net project working under Linux.
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    linux is going to beat your xp dead on most every server function, linux is built around the server functions that if offers, desktop functionality is a relativly recent additon.
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