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Subject:   Why not iTools?
Date:   2001-12-30 20:02:21
From:   hanske
Thank you for an inspiring article.

I just read an article in a Japanese Mac magazine that recommends iTools (from Tenon) for setting up a web server, since it "uses the world standard BIND 8.2, and makes possible a simple and correct DNS setup." But it's costly, and one gets the impression from your article that all this can be done by hand. What is your opinion on this?

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  • Morbus Iff photo Why not iTools?
    2001-12-31 07:50:19  Morbus Iff | O'Reilly Author [View]

    I've actually been contacted by Tenon (the people who make iTools), and I'll be reviewing the complimentary copy they sent me. If it's good, I'll be throwing together a few words on it for the O'Reilly Network. If it's not so good, I'll be mysteriously silent ;)...

    Either way, yes, everything that iTools does can be done by hand - it's just a matter of how much time you want to spend learning (and doing) it.