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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Mac2006, Aug 15, 2002.
what the main difference between OS X and OS X Server...
OS X Server is a friggin server software. Meaning it has the look and feel of OS X, but instead of all the iApps, you get server software to serve to other computers.
A bit rude, but he's right.
Also OS X server comes on different macs, like the XServe. It does exactly what you think it does.
OS X Server and OS X Client are based on the same kernel and can do exactly the same things.
OS X Server gives you certain additional things:
GUI tools to easily modify Apache/File Sharing/Print Serving configurations
Quicktime Streaming Server
You can serve a website on OS X Client, but it will take lots of work in Terminal do make it as powerful as OS X Server.
hey... howd you make the page on yer signature?