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i have observed apache running on solaris to perform roughly as well as tux + apache on linux, for my applications. so if you can afford sun hardware, i welcome you to try that as an alternative. i am also concerned about the lack of development on tux, but it works nicely for me right now. On 10/15/02, Safedin Kajoshaj <email@example.com> wrote: > Reading the latest activity on the list, I am starting to wonder if it > is wise to use Tux. Just some impressions that I am getting, hope > someone on the list can correct me, but it seems that: > > a) Tux has a few problems that are hanging around, and it's doesn't seem > like anyone is fixing it. > > b) There isn't any work being done on Tux currently. > > I am on Red Hat 8.0, and for me Tux has proven to be fast/reliable. I am > only serving up static pages/images. I haven't run into any problems > with it. Just some things I wanted to ask. > > > TIA > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/tux-list -- steve simitzis : /sim' - i - jees/ pala : saturn5 productions www.steve.org : 415.282.9979 hath the daemon spawn no fire?
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