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Software News   Software News : gW3S v2.1 released
   posted by Anonymous on 10-Jul-2003 19:13:23 (1084 reads)
The easy-to-use web server gW3S has been updated to version 2.1. The new version includes bug fixes, more in-depth XGI documentation and a new version of the administration tool.

Download it for free at the gW3S web site!


The gW3S team members are proud to announce that the Technic Up site has been running gW3S since a few months back, in conjunction with MUIBase (www.muibase.de) which proves that it is indeed capable of hosting professional sites!
    

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