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i have apache webserver installed on a freebsd 2.2.6 unix server. there is also php3 installed on it. so my questions is : can i install ms frontpage server extensions on my server without problems, do i need other packages .... ?
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No,
   MS Frontpage Externsion Server is not supported on FreeBSD. Please check http://www.microsoft.com/frontpage/wpp/serk/intro.htm for more details and other Unix platforms that MS Frontpage Extension Server is supported.

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by:steinerm
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somehow it must work i know some providers in the states who did it
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I suggest that you follow the instructions on
http://www.rtr.com/fpsupport/download.htm


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