turnkey on a Windows Vista system with wamp server?

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I would like to install Drupal with an application package I found for my company. The Drupal site said pre-configured packages like turnkey save all of the work for newbies to this (like me). Thus I am here. My question is, how would I go about installing turnkey and my desired application package on a Windows Vista system with a Wamp server? A list of steps or a description of the process would be very helpful to point me in the right direction.



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Alon Swartz (alonswartz) said :

You don't need to mess around with WAMP.

As discussed here [1], a virtual/software appliance is a pre-integrated, self contained system that is made by combining a software application (e.g., server software) with just enough operating system for it to run optimally on industry standard hardware or a virtual machine (e.g., VMWare, VirtualBox, Xen HVM, KVM).

Take a look at the [2] tutorial (and screencast), which is a step by step walkthrough intended to illustrate to virtualization "newbies" just how easy it is to setup a TurnKey Linux appliance.

[1] http://www.turnkeylinux.org/virtual-appliance
[2] http://www.turnkeylinux.org/docs/installation-appliances-virtualbox

I hope the above helps.

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