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On 4/25/07, James Kramer <kramerjm at> wrote:
> I recently set up a virtual server based on UML at Linode to run a CMS
> website, email, etc. I am running Debian Etch.  I was planning to use
> Joomla which is based on a LAMP setup.  I was considering using XAMPP
> for the LAMP.  I was wondering if this is a good choice or if I should
> just set up the individual components.
> Jay

I haven't been doing LAMP stuff for the last year, but I loved XAMPP when I
did. It simplified installation of the LAMP stack immensely. It was the only
way I found to install Python into the LAMPP stack that worked.


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