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Beginning Web Developer Course: Installing Your Web Software

Sep 14, 2010, 21:06 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Let's take a breather from all the heavy cPanel details we've been covering and talk about the software on your shared server - what you have, what's available, what you should install, and what you can safely ignore.

"Unlike the situation on some barebones dedicated servers, a shared server generally has a good selection of default software, which saves you a great deal of time and trouble installing and configuring it. Clicking on "Program Versions" in the lower left of cPanel brings up a screen showing you the system software already installed and running for you. Here's what I have:"

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