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Journal palegray.net's Journal: Using Mandriva Linux One 2009 As An XHTML Validation Server

Related to my earlier post on using Debian as the host for a W3C validator, I've written a new tutorial explaining how to use Mandriva Linux One 2009 as a local XHTML validation server. This tutorial uses the latest W3C validator code, and is designed specifically for those implementing the server as a virtual machine in products like VMware Server.

Running a validator server locally allows developers to test internally developed and/or hosted content for standards compliance prior. This can be especially helpful for reducing issues with browser compatibility later on in a project's development cycle.
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Using Mandriva Linux One 2009 As An XHTML Validation Server

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