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Subject  :  Personal server of Martin Hansson!
Author  :  Saxius
Date  :  29 Jul, 2006 on 23:06
Both YAFS and Snug HTTP server is written in C for maximum flexibility. Both servers can be ported to many plattforms and currently runs on Linux, NetBSD, OS/2 Warp 3 and 4, Windows for Workgroups 3.11 (with TCP/IP installed) and later versions of Microsoft Windows. Versions included in MSS runs on WfW 3.11, OS/2 and Win32. The servers can handle many connections simultanesly but runs as a single-threaded process which makes the system requirements very low. Focus is on security, stability and not making the server bloated with lots of unnecessary features. Neither YAFS and Snug HTTP server is bloatware and does not pollute your system in any way. Installation is a one-banana job, simply unpack the package and edit the configuration files and that's it. All this makes MSS the right choice if you want to share files on a network or serve files on the Internet in a fast, secure and easy way.



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Subject  :  Re:Personal server of Martin Hansson!
Author  :  RobertM
Date  :  30 Jul, 2006 on 17:04

Saxius (29 Jul, 2006 23:06):
Both YAFS and Snug HTTP server is written in C for maximum flexibility. Both servers can be ported to many plattforms and currently runs on Linux, NetBSD, OS/2 Warp 3 and 4, Windows for Workgroups 3.11 (with TCP/IP installed) and later versions of Microsoft Windows. Versions included in MSS runs on WfW 3.11, OS/2 and Win32. The servers can handle many connections simultanesly but runs as a single-threaded process which makes the system requirements very low. Focus is on security, stability and not making the server bloated with lots of unnecessary features. Neither YAFS and Snug HTTP server is bloatware and does not pollute your system in any way. Installation is a one-banana job, simply unpack the package and edit the configuration files and that's it. All this makes MSS the right choice if you want to share files on a network or serve files on the Internet in a fast, secure and easy way.



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