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NewsForge: Behind Four Linux Community Sites

Jun 04, 2004, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"In our recent overview of Linux community sites we highlighted several active sites that offered news, reviews, commentary, and Linux information. We thought an interesting followup would be to ask their administrators about the technology they use to get online.

"LinuxForum.com is a beefy site running on a hosted Intel dual-2.4GHz Xeon with 2GB of memory. The foundations are Red Hat Enterprise, Apache 1.3.29, PHP 4.3.6, and MySQL 4.0.18. The site itself is developed in-house in PHP and MySQL. The forum uses a modified version of Invision Powerboard (free with a 'Powered by Invision Powerboard' notice, $50/yr and $150/lifetime without notice)..."

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