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From: Headley Sappleton <hsapple...@sprintmail.com>
Subject: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/17
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I intend to run a Alpha server  with Linux. I would like to use Netscape
products like, Colabra server,messaging server, FastTrack server. Since
i saw in the product index, that they mention Unix only, i would like to
know if it means Linux as well?

also can someone suggest better server products for Linux?

Regards
Headley

Please contact me in any of these groups or at hsapple...@sprintmail.com

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From: "Alastair Vance" <a...@globalgateway.com>
Subject: Re: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/18
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Hi,

I'm running caldera openlinux (linux 2.0.29) and you can purchase Netscape
Fasttrack server from the caldera website (www.caldera.com).  So I guess it
possibly does work ok under Linux unless caldera have a special modified
version on offer.

What about apache?  It's free and it's one of the best, as long as you don't
require SSL.  If you do take a look a STRONGHOLD.  A commercial version of
apache that supports SSL.

Hope this helps

Al.

ps.  Jesus Christ is Lord of All :-)
http://www.globalgateway.com/users/afc/




Headley Sappleton wrote in message <3470437A.4754A...@sprintmail.com>...
>I intend to run a Alpha server  with Linux. I would like to use Netscape
>products like, Colabra server,messaging server, FastTrack server. Since
>i saw in the product index, that they mention Unix only, i would like to
>know if it means Linux as well?
>
>also can someone suggest better server products for Linux?
>
>Regards
>Headley
>
>Please contact me in any of these groups or at hsapple...@sprintmail.com
>
>=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>"Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is
>none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we
>must be saved." Acts 4:12
>
>

From: a...@snowcrash.cymru.net (Alan Cox)
Subject: Re: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/18
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In article <64s159$h4...@sys10.cambridge.uk.psi.net>,
Alastair Vance <a...@globalgateway.com> wrote:
>What about apache?  It's free and it's one of the best, as long as you don't
>require SSL.  If you do take a look a STRONGHOLD.  A commercial version of
>apache that supports SSL.

With the exception of the poor unfortunates in the USA whose sorry patent
saga is going to take them another 30 years of self ruin to clean up the
rest of the world can use the SSLeay patches to Apache off ftp.ox.ac.uk
for free. Mind you - stronghold sells quite well here too to those folks
who want a commercial "supported" product

Alan

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From: everh...@arisia.gce.com (Glenn C. Everhart)
Subject: Re: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/20
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Look on the http://www.redhat.com website. There's a pointer there
down a ways which cross links to a site that has Apache for Linux
WITH SSL. Also has ssl and some other things, has sources.

Alpha binaries aren't there, but source is; might not be that hard
to build.

From: mat...@disco.tln.net (Matthew Miller)
Subject: Re: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/20
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Glenn C. Everhart <everh...@arisia.gce.com> wrote:
>Look on the http://www.redhat.com website. There's a pointer there
>down a ways which cross links to a site that has Apache for Linux
>WITH SSL. Also has ssl and some other things, has sources.

Apache with SSL is, I believe, illegal in the US. (Not counting Stronghold).

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From: a...@snowcrash.cymru.net (Alan Cox)
Subject: Re: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/20
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In article <3470437A.4754A...@sprintmail.com>,
Headley Sappleton  <hsapple...@sprintmail.com> wrote:
>I intend to run a Alpha server  with Linux. I would like to use Netscape
>products like, Colabra server,messaging server, FastTrack server. Since
>i saw in the product index, that they mention Unix only, i would like to
>know if it means Linux as well?

Yes for Linux on Intel. They are sold via Caldera Inc. They don't sell them
for Alpha howerver. I must admit to being curious why anyone would run
fasttruck over Apache and things like Collabra

>also can someone suggest better server products for Linux?

apache, inn, sendmail etc - all free all shipped with standard distributions

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From: "Paul Kimball" <pkimb...@lasernet.com>
Subject: Re: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/20
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Matthew Miller wrote in message ...
>Glenn C. Everhart <everh...@arisia.gce.com> wrote:
>>Look on the http://www.redhat.com website. There's a pointer there
>>down a ways which cross links to a site that has Apache for Linux
>>WITH SSL. Also has ssl and some other things, has sources.
>
>Apache with SSL is, I believe, illegal in the US. (Not counting
Stronghold).


My gawd...what are they going to do then?  Send out the SSL Police?
How would they even know you are using it?
Perhaps Verisign and Thawte wont sell a a server cert if you are using it?

From: a...@snowcrash.cymru.net (Alan Cox)
Subject: Re: Netscape products and Linux
Date: 1997/11/20
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In article <651ca8$k2...@hops.adnc.com>,
Paul Kimball <pkimb...@lasernet.com> wrote:
>Matthew Miller wrote in message ...
>>Apache with SSL is, I believe, illegal in the US. (Not counting
>>Stronghold).
>My gawd...what are they going to do then?  Send out the SSL Police?
>How would they even know you are using it?
>Perhaps Verisign and Thawte wont sell a a server cert if you are using it?

Hehe. its breaking the fucked up US patent laws. So they'll come and ask you
to pay them lots of money for patent violation. Just run your secure servers
outside the USA - you can even look for countries with good tax breaks and
internet trade from there.

Alan


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