Re: IIS vs Apache?
> I agree with you on
> the Apache vs IIS matter, but I still
> think Linux wouldn't be as "secure" if
> it had a bigger user base.
That's the same senario if you take any software. The more poeple who uses the software, the more errors get stumbled upon. (It's the put the monkey infront of the keyboard test - You can always find new errors) But the diffrence here is that most linux software is opensource. So not only do we have the plesure to find errors but also they can be corrected without compromiseing anything. And that is what takes distance from Microsoft. We don't need to wait ages for a uniqe update to fix one bug/hole that infact leads to a new bug/hole. Im not saying the same senario won't apear for linux users (ofcourse they do) but there are so many eye's on the ball when something get's fixed on linux software/patches/updates that they usaly don't make errors. When do Microsoft throw the ball up in the air? - Never.
> I know I could be wrong, in fact, there could be
> a lot of new measures and posible
> features for Linux that could change my
One of the thing's iv'e always been happy about is that fact how linux works with the protocols vs software and what possibilities there are. Where Microsoft don't ever use the fully potentional functions given to you in the rfc/protocol (or they just hide it for the public to use) Linux always takes these small aspects along aswell.
But later on iv'e always reminded myself that it's not that the software is better it's that the programmer who are makeing the software that are widely more openminded. A Microsoft programmer don't have to think on userfriendly or user functions as they already have their "standarts" so they don't work outisde the thin red line they have. Where a programmer that makes software for linux goes baserk in that way he add's all possible functions he can to the software. This is also offent the course why linux software can look so chubby and packed. But i love it, it goes without saying that.
Next upcomming release...
In the next upcomming release im makeing it work with apache/php under Windows. If i have time i'll try to make it work with IIS/php. But that's a big if...
If you have any requests on what that needs to be added just email me or contact me on irc ( irc.darknet.dk - #darknet )