win 2003 server

Ian Parker parker at hiredatum.demon.co.uk
Sat Nov 6 09:01:01 CET 2004


In message <0-GdnfNAPrb1XxfcRVn-sw at powergate.ca>, Peter Hansen 
<peter at engcorp.com> writes
>Brad Tilley wrote:
>> Does Python run on Windows Server 2003?
>>  http://www.python.org/download/download_windows.html only lists the 
>>following:
>>  Python for Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, ME, XP
>
>I'm fairly sure "Windows Server 2003" is in no way significantly
>different from one or more of the above items you list.  It's
>not like Microsoft has gone and developed yet another operating
>system!  It's a certainty that its biggest feature is that it
>will confuse some corporate buyers into "upgrading", thus boosting
>MS revenue for another quarter...
>
>If you have a copy, downloading and installing a copy of Python
>would be the most direct route to proving that theory.
>
>-Peter

Python certainly does run on Windows Server 2003, as does win32all (or 
whatever it's called nowadays).  Think of Windows Server 2003 is simply 
XP for servers.

Regards

Ian
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Ian Parker



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