On Mon, 12 Nov 2012 23:55:58 +0800, sl@exabyte wrote:I've not done a lot with PHP, but haven't (so far) run into any
> I have sort of given up hope on PHP daemon; one cannot touch its GC I
> suppose. I am adamant to go C/C++; I have not done anything on Linux.
particular problems with the Apache/PHP combination under Linux.
> I suppose it would take too long a time to get it up and running (myActual Linux installation is fairly fast: the last install I did (RedHat
> target is end of December 2012). So my next best option is java.
Fedora 17 on a dual 3GHz Athlon box with 4GB Ram) took about the
- 1.5 hours to d/l and burn a 3.6GB DVD ISO image, though the time it
- around an hour for the actual install. Exactly how long this takes
- 1.5 hours to update all packages that changed since the ISO image was
That should leave you with an installation that contains, among other
If you're happiest with a Windows-like desktop, specify XFCE as your
If you're familiar with Unices at all, you should be off and running PDQ.
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