On Wed, 2002-02-13 at 18:24, Bill Moseley wrote:
> So it looks like Win 98 works. Win 98 SE (I thought the "E" was for eggs)
> and Win ME don't work. Maybe those were "downgraded" so that those users
> would have to upgrade to 2k.
I can't imagine why it wouldn't work. I have Windows 98 SE here
somewhere. I also have Windows Me. I may install them on a VM and do
Windows 98 SE and Me are variously broken. MS backported a bunch of NT
technology to both systems. So, it wouldn't surprise me that some of
the POSIX-like stuff quit working. No one would ever notice, anyway.
> I wonder where XP fits in to all this.
Well, unless some kind soul tests it or donates a copy we may never
know. ;-) I'd suspect it should work just like Windows 2000, though.
> I just got the swish.cgi script "working" on windows (well, at least
> win98), but I need a HUGE disclaimer that it may be a security risk running
> it on Windows.
Good idea. There's no way anything on Win 9x can be considered
"secure". Even worse on NT/2000/XP. IIS runs, in kernel space, under
the System account. Which essentially grants it more priveleges than
even the Administrator at a local console.
> What is Windows and why does it keep following me?
Windows is a fun, exciting and quite unpredictable hobby. Some poor
souls also deem it as a career. I see it more as something to look
through and wash occasionally.
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Received on Wed Feb 13 23:46:05 2002