Auvee said:I don't see why we wouldn't support movable type. I don't think it's in Fantastico though, I'm not completely sure.
That's why he wants to make sure it's okay. The other programs he mentioned ARE in Fantastico.Auvee said:I don't see why we wouldn't support movable type. I don't think it's in Fantastico though, I'm not completely sure.
This indicates the minimum requirements of the server on which the software is to be installed. This usually is not indicated in the power/speed of the server, but in the installed software on which the blog software is dependent. This software may have additional license requirements and costs that are not indicated here. 
Berkeley DB/MySQL/ SQLLite/PostgreSQL
Rhianna said:Hi InkMaster,
Please take a look at the Blog Software Breakdown This handy chart analyzes many types of weblog software (ones that are server-installed scripts) and includes an examination of minimum server requirements:
If you look at the chart, these requirments are listed for MT:
InkMaster said:yeah... so? are you trying to say it isnt supported by x10 or somethin...?
Rhianna said:That's not what I was trying to say at all.
I posted the minimum requirements of the program you are interested and then Auvee said that x10Hosting would support it.