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You should throw a download link on this page!  Any self-respecting admin would know to Dl it at sourceforge, but ease of use, laziness and the odd newbie may enjoy such a luxury! =)
You should throw a download link on this page!  Any self-respecting admin would know to Dl it at sourceforge, but ease of use, laziness and the odd newbie may enjoy such a luxury! =)
--[[User:Hopskotch|Hopskotch]] 13:40, 12 Jul 2005 (PDT)
--[[User:Hopskotch|Hopskotch]] 13:40, 12 Jul 2005 (PDT)
== download link? ==
k.. i will add it.. thanks :)
--[[User:Olajideolaolorun|Olajide]] 19:04, 12 Jul 2005 (PDT)
== Server configuration link ==
Should be http://localhost/a/ (with a slash in the end).
== server admin panel ==
yeah, we have also changed it for 3.3 for the new admin panel :D so no worries
== Another "competitor" ==
Let's not forget Wampserver.  While I still think UniSvr and XAMPP beat it easily, there are some nifty features, such as changing the active components. By the way, there are MANY reasons why UniSvr is a top contender, including production-level security, ease of installation and use, etc.  <p>[[User:BobS|BobS]] 16:53, 23 November 2009 (UTC)

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download link?

You should throw a download link on this page! Any self-respecting admin would know to Dl it at sourceforge, but ease of use, laziness and the odd newbie may enjoy such a luxury! =) --Hopskotch 13:40, 12 Jul 2005 (PDT)

download link?

k.. i will add it.. thanks :)

--Olajide 19:04, 12 Jul 2005 (PDT)

Server configuration link

Should be http://localhost/a/ (with a slash in the end).

server admin panel

yeah, we have also changed it for 3.3 for the new admin panel :D so no worries

Another "competitor"

Let's not forget Wampserver. While I still think UniSvr and XAMPP beat it easily, there are some nifty features, such as changing the active components. By the way, there are MANY reasons why UniSvr is a top contender, including production-level security, ease of installation and use, etc.

BobS 16:53, 23 November 2009 (UTC)