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OpenWeb free download for Mac

OpenWeb for Mac3.0.2

07 November 2005

Pre-packaged Mac webserver installation utilities.

What is OpenWeb for Mac

OpenWeb was designed to empower webmasters with a wide range of ready to use tools as fast, conveniently and easily as possible. By double-clicking the installer, the OpenWeb CD will install and fully configure a suite of popular server software and web-applications including: a secure shopping cart, an advanced content management and publishing system, web-based graphical server administration (supports DNS, SSL, Apache, MySQL, Samba and more), SQL database backends, a search engine, bulletin board system, advertising management and more.

What's new in OpenWeb

Version 3.0.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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Yuletide
Yuletide
Jun 6 2006
3.0.2
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Jun 6 2006
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Version: 3.0.2
Wasn't this free? What happened?
Guest
Guest
Oct 15 2005
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Oct 15 2005
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Version: 3.0.1
WebServerX Kit has everything you need for a basic server and it is free. this bundle has more than anyone will need, use webkit & then pick and choose among the rest-- there are free standalone installers to be found for all on these things.
Guest
Guest
Oct 2 2005
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Oct 2 2005
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Version: 3.0.1
At this point I would be cautious about buying this product as I ordered it on September 2 and still have not received it as of Oct 2 Sent them more than 100 email, and no answer also no answer to messages left on their machine. I will be contacting the Postal Inspector to file a fraud complaint nect week. Marty Dell
Guest
Guest
Aug 22 2005
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Aug 22 2005
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so you take a whole bunch of stuff that is free and jam it together and that makes charging $60 for it okay? i hope you are providing the world's best customer support and unlimited free updates... tip: while it isn't a one step proceedure, most of these things have free installers floating around on macupdate & elsewhere. the benefit of course is that if you do it yourself you don't get things you don't need.