I find that running server/slim.exe is much much faster to start up than
I guess this is because it doesn't start up the web interface?
Also I couldn't get SlimServer.exe to start up minimized.
I seem to recall running the perl script used up quite a bit more
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Subject: [slim] Slimserver Windows installation
Quoting Matthias Schnizer <matthias (AT) schnizer (DOT) com>:
> I am ready to move Slimserver from my test environment to a productive
> server. So far I used the windows compiled version of Slimserver. I am
> wondering whether I can install PERL and the Perl modules of
> A Windows 2003 platform. If so any advantages/disadvantages?
> Appreciate all opinions.
I tend to prefer using perl with the scripts on any platform. Mainly it
because I'm always tweaking things and this makes it the same for all
platforms. I also tend to think the server reacts a bit faster when its
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Thread: Slimserver Windows installation
2005-01-28, 03:31 #1Craig, James (IT)Guest
Slimserver Windows installation