This USB stick will not boot

Anonymous avatarAnonymous created an issue

There is no OS installed on this USB stick with the apache server, so it will not boot and is pretty much useless.

I'd say that's a pretty big problem.

If you already have a machine with an OS installed on a harddrive, then you can install your apache server onto it and be done with it, and don't need to run it off a cdrom or usb stick.

Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous

    The whole idea is that you do not have to install an apache server or WAMP stack. It will not boot obviously, but it wil run a WAMP stack without installing for presentation purposes.

    It is not meant as a bootable package.

  2. Anonymous

    Seriously? Did you EXPECT Server2Go to come with an ILLEGAL copy of a windows operating system, since thats what it is designed to run under?? If you need it to work that way from a USB stick I recommend you learn how to create a bootable USB drive from your version of windows and install S2G on it instead of complaining about something the creator cannot legally do for you in the first place. That makes your COMMENT useless, just like you think the program is.

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