On 3/28/06, Joseph Vella <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I notice a lot of references to version 4.x.  Is there any overwhelming reason
> why its use seems to be still popular.  I'm wanting to set up a server (just
> for play) on my home network using a PII machine.  Am I better off using an
> older version for such old equipment?  If so, do any particular versions
> stand out?

Because the headache of upgrading isn't worth the
advantages in many cases.  If you're installing from
scratch, go with 6.x, if you already a functional (and
security patched!) 4.x server have (and needn't ye
any of the features of 6.x) no need there is upgrading
to do.

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