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Subject Some Qs about running your own Conversant server
Posted 3/4/2003; 4:47 PM by Duncan Smeed
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I am the proud 'owner' of a dedicated server for Conversant.
Installation of the beta was a breeze and yesterday I set up a
handful of sites for the school that's piloting an eXtreme Learning
project - but that's another story...

I'm also intending to use the sever to host some of my students'
project work. To support this I decided to set up a separate zone.
I had some difficulties and was wondering if creating new zones is
meant to be as simple as creating new conversations. If so then I'm
doing something wrong.

Rather than post just now the specifics of the problems I had, I was
wondering if there are some docs/folklore that explain zones and any
inherent complexities arising from their use.

I'm quite happy to give details later - it's just that I'm off to
give a class mid-term right now!

Cheers,

Duncan
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Re: Some Qs about running your own Conversant server
3/5/2003 by Seth Dillingham
On 3/4/2003, Duncan Smeed said: >I'm also intending to use the sever to host



 
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