Running Open Source Servers Within Windows
Apr 14, 2010, 14:33 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Geier)
"Many of the popular servers are open source and usually are
more widely supported for Linux and other Unix-like systems.
However, most can be ran right inside Windows. This is especially
great for temporary solutions or for new or amateur
"This article will look at running the Apache HTTP, FreeRADIUS
and FreeNAS servers. We'll review the process of installing and
using each inside Windows. Let's get started!
"Apache HTTP Server for Web Hosting
"Typically, when you talk about Web servers it's Apache HTTP
Server when running on Linux and Microsoft's Internet Information
Server (IIS) when running Windows. However, if you aren't a Linux
fan, you aren't stuck with IIS. Apache provides Win32 binaries. You
can install Apache right onto Windows."
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