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I want to setup my SUN machine as www server and anonymous FTP site.
What is the best software to do that? and where I can get it?
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   Hello, for my Sun web server machines, I run Netscape Enterprise (http://home.netscape.com), Netscape Commerce, and sometimes Apache.  If you're looking for the cheapest way to do it get Apache (http://www.apache.org) because it's free.  For anonymous FTP, a good setup script can be found in the ftp man pages and you can either use Solaris' stock ftp program or move over to wu-ftpd (http://www.landfield.com/wu-ftpd).  Adam
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How can I set up Solaris' stock ftp, I did not find it in man ftp.

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Hi...what is your email address?  it'd be easier that way....email me at adam@comhelp.com with your info...
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