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  1. Hi all! I'm no stranger to developing locally on my computer, in fact, I prefer it! I currently have WampServer2.2 on my 64bit Win 7 Ultimate 4GB RAM. Lots of testing virtualhosts and some subdomains. For some reason, I can't get ProcessWire to work properly on subdomains (but what's not what this topic is about). From time to time, I experiment with Linux. Just over this past Christmas I was heavily into Arch and some of its variants. Previously Linux Mint, Ubuntu, etc. I have many application licenses on Windows that fully switching to Linux and finding alternatives will be impossible. But I do tinker in Linux from time to time throughout the year and I keep coming back to Windows simply because running Win in a VirtualBox on Linux is a little slow. I have run into numerous tutorials/walkthroughs/guides etc. that show how to build a decent lamp-stack for web development - and I have done that numerous times. howtoforge.com has many examples! But I wanted to ask the tech geeks here on one of my favorite forums Which do YOU PREFER? 1. Windows + WAMP/XAMPP (100% Windows dependency) 2. Windows + VirtualBox & LAMP? 3. Linux (or Mac) + VirtualBox & Win 4. a complete LAMP or MAMP stack (zero Windows reliance) Again, I've used all the above, and tinkered beyond my hearts content in both environments. I just wanted to start a little discussion to find out how others have their LAMPs set up.
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