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Hi Sam,tux is not stable on 2.6 kernel. personally, I suggest tux on 2.4 kernel. try RHEL3 (or CentOS3). tux already include in RHEL3. tux has 2 config files is /etc/tux.mime.types and /etc/sysconfig/tux. To start tux, just execute service tux start.
Maetee Sam Watkins wrote:
Can you point us to data about your tachyon ( I mean, if it is online) or is it, in accordance to the name, entirely in superluminal domain ;o) ?Well, it's here: http://sam.nipl.net/tachyon/tachyon.tgz there's a README there now. I called it tachyon when I was able to make it go faster than litespeed web server :) I don't really recommend anyone to use it at the moment except for fun, because it's a work in progress. I am hosting my small websites with it.BTW: When doing benchmarks, you might want to consider KoanLogic's Klone ( http://www.koanlogic.com )thanks, I'll check it out. Sam _______________________________________________ tux-list mailing list tux-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/tux-list
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