Re: Proliant as webserver?
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 22:41:01 -0000
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In comp.os.linux.hardware Wiseguy <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> "Wes Faul" <email@example.com> tried to express:
>> Soon, I'll be in the market for an inexpensive webserver. A guy here has a
>> dual PII 450 proliant (I think it's a1600R) that he'd sell me. I've seen a
>> lot of issues with Proliants and linux. Are they really that bad? Does
>> anybody have any other recommendations for an inexpensive (but decent)
>> webserver? I haven't decided which distro yet, but the website will be
> I have heard the same, that hp proliant servers don't work with linux.
HP ProLiant servers
Based on industry standard x86 processors and optimized for
Windows?, Linux?, and Netware? environments
Unsure about the the box in question, might have installed one of
those. From my experience, HP ProLiant servers are running Linux
Michael Heiming (GPG-Key ID: 0xEDD27B94)
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