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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   Difference Between OS X Client and Server?
Date:   2002-04-26 18:40:00
From:   morbus
Response to: Difference Between OS X Client and Server?

Apache and a number of other Linux applications are built into every OS X box. They're full versions (in the Linux world, there's really no such thing as "crippled", "shareware", "demo", or what have you). The benefits of OS X Server include pretty GUI frontends to most of these programs - customizing the mail and web server through pretty aqua windows. With enough effort and knowledge, everything possible via the GUI under OS X Server is possible under OS X Client.

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