.htaccess on linux has a cache that refresh every hour at the beginning of the hour.
I also recommend the Apache web server for hosting phpbb boards but it is not really true that Microsoft's Internet Information Server cannot rewrite URLs.
You simply need an additional module called ISAPI_Rewrite (which is not free in its full version ).
MrGroove wrote:Would be nice if they gave you an interface to refresh the .htaccess file more often.
IPB_Refugee wrote:That's interesting - thanks for letting us know!
In my opinion it's silly to take a commercial web server software when everything you want to do with it is based on free software like PHP and MySQL.
When you are an ASP.NET developer, your number one choice will be IIS, regardless of trials to make ASP.NET available on Linux servers (like the Mono project does).
MrGroove wrote:For some, it LAMP vs. .NET is a religious discussion. For me, they are all just tools to help you get things built.
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