Thank you for the offer. I'll definitely keep it in mind. What operating system were you planning on running it on? Perhaps, if possible, we could set up an initial site on your server and begin running things if you're able to get the Everything engine successfully loaded.
I'm in the process of loading Everything on Red Hat 7.1 on my computer (having troubles though cause Win2k is power hungry and Red Hat isn't stealing the master boot record, blah). I think what I'd like to do is some of the initial testing and readying of the site on my machine and then procede to load it on the real host.
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