Thank you for all the advise.
Yes, you are correct about the ICU abbreviation ...
there is some open source medical software, but it doesn't fit our requirements here.
I will peruse some of the links you gave me and then get back to some of you.
I have previously installed apache on another system, but then got lost setting up the
local pages ..
I thought I would do a staged implementation .. getting apache going then maybe pHp ..
about which I know little .. and the MySQL
As a first q
Can someone tell me where to put index.html once
apche is installed .. so that it pops up when a remote system probes?
The breadth and speed of responces goes to reinforce my bias toward an open source
Thank you all again
From: "Mark Grimshaw" <mark(a)sirfragalot.com>
Date: 2004/03/25 Thu PM 12:28:17 GMT+12:00
To: Waikato Linux Users Group <wlug(a)list.waikato.ac.nz>
Subject: Re: [wlug] apache, mySQL and pHp
LOL - no offense but I couldn't resist....
I don't know what ICU is, but have you tried looking for existing open
source apps that already provide the functionality or that provide
most of it so that you only have to add the bits you want?
I assume, from the context, that ICU is 'Intensive Care Unit' - I don't
think there is an open source ICU solution.....
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