Forum OpenACS Q&A: Response to OpenACS on Win2K

Posted by C. R. Oldham on
<i>By the looks of it, running OpenACS on Windows 2000 is probably useful for academic purposes only... </i>
How come--just because it hasn't been tested extensively yet?  Would it be stable enough for development maybe?
<p>One of the big selling points for the ACS for me originally was that I could load all the stuff I needed on my Win32 laptop (AOLserver, Oracle, etc) and do development on the road.  I could check our website out of CVS and work on it, commit changes and check them back out on our Linux servers without any changes at all.