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Which platform I need for hosting a website build in IWEB?


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Hi there...
Id like to know on which platform do I have to host a website build on Iweb.
The differences are in windows or Linux...

Windows:
ASP.
ASP.net 1.1 / 2.0 / 3.0 / 3.5
Bases de datos SQL Server 2000 / 2005
Bases de datos Access
Bases de datos MySQL 5
PHP 5
Extensiones de FrontPage
Linux:
PHP 4.4 / 5.1.2
Phyton 2.4.1
Perl 5.8.6
Bases de datos MySQL 5.0.45
Any Idea?
Thanks in advance..
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Either should do the job as long as you export your pages from iWeb to HTML format (I believe this is called "export to folder" or something along those lines). The choice is up to you. If you aren't going to use any of the services offered that are unique to one OS (such as ASP for Windows), you will be fine with either.

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Thanks for helping me...

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