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What machine should I buy to run Lyris on?
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Running Lyris
What machine should I buy to run Lyris on?
How to start the Lyris server
How to bring up the Lyris Web Interface
Do you need a Mail Server to Use Lyris on NT?
Forgotten Password
Windows NT vs. Windows 95
Lyris Administration
Web Browsers
Usenet Newsgroups
Other FAQ issues
Mailing List Features
Perl/Lyris Toolkit
Unix Administration
Up & Coming

What machine should I buy to run Lyris on?

Lyris is identical on all platforms, so the platform you choose is entirely a matter of what you are most comfortable with.

In general, the more modern, stable and "crash-proof" operating systems (Windows NT, Unix, OS/2) are the better choice for running Lyris, since they are able to handle simultaneous tasks well.

A general rule of thumb is this: if the machine is able to handle a medium load Web Server, then it will probably work well for running Lyris.

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