Re: Somebody draw me a picture, please
On Friday 03 March 2006 15:21, Dick Margulis wrote:
If someone could throw me a rope, I'd really appreciate it.
Where are you stuck?
Just looking for an overview of what connects with what, what "user" means in various contexts (I'm not administering the MySQL database that belongs to the hosting company, for example; I just need to connect to it on behalf of WebCalendar) and where I plug that information in, etc., etc. These applications look as if they'll be easy enough to administer once they're installed; the issue is installing them. Say what you will about Windows, at least the installation process has been automated for most apps.
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