> Our business needs to serve a DOS (soon to be Windoze)
> point-of-sale/inventory application to 8 clients. Retailers are recommending
> NT. Can a Unix system do this? Difficulty level?
Griff Miller II
Senior Unix/NT Sysadmin
PGS Tensor - Houston, TX "I need to be the owner of all of
I see all these advanced subjects being discussed here...and here I am with a
simple question (which may not have a simple answer).
We are thinking of becoming a WWW server. Curerntly we do not have any unix
machines in house. There's a lot of them out there. What should I be
considering when choosing a unix box for my server? Is any by far better
than the rest? Do I need e.g. a Sun "Workstation" or a Sun "Server"?
Do I need to consider NT options? Or is the power of Unix outweighs NT as far
as running a WWW server? ....
JAYANT A. HARDIKAR
Air Quality Scientist
Pacific Environmental Services, Inc.
5001 S. Miami Blvd.
P.O Box 12077
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2077
Tel: (919) 941-0333
Fax: (919) 941-0234
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