[Xerte] Re: Needing help! Is anyone hosting Xerte for 3rd parties?
reijnders at tor.nl
Wed Sep 11 15:11:05 BST 2013
You can install XOT on IIS as well.
Or use XAMPP on a Windows server.
On Wed, 11 Sep 2013 13:39:03 +0000 "Stenhouse Andy"
<Andy.Stenhouse at northampton.ac.uk> wrote
> Is anyone hosting Xerte installations for 3rd parties? our IT guys have
> nobody that will/can support us on Unix & PHP/MySQL. They've gone all
> Microsoft here (hack, spit!) We are becoming desperate now as we need to
> start working in Xerte v2 as we are promoting mobile learning in a big way.
> Andy Stenhouse
> Learning Technologist
> School of Health
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