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SSI: List of products supporting SSI needed

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I am looking for a list of Serverplattforms providing all common brands concerning whether SSI (Server Side Incude) is supported or not.
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SSI is common enough that you would be better off comparing the other features of the servers you are considering and just checking. A comprehensive list would be impossible to achive as minority webservers which did support it probably wouldn't come up in discussion - as few people know of them.

Its worth noting that Apache does support it. Apache is available for a variety of oporating systems including Windows 9x & NT, Linux, serveral UNIXs etc. and is free. Its also the most popular web server software (for Internet sites anyway).
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Ive never used Apache. from what i hear it has no GUI, and that could be a problem for beginners. Better off using PWS for Microsoft OS's, which is free, or install 2000 Server which ships with IIS if you are willing to fork out the $
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Why on earth do you need a GUI for a webserver?

The only tricky part is setting it up in the first place - and the default config file is so well commented you can set it up without using the manual!

Its also truely free (as opposed to just free as in beer) and is cracked a lot less then IIS/PWS.

(And there are several GUI based config tools for Apache including webmin (Linux only I think)).
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It is time to clean this abandoned question up.  

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