[erlang-questions] slightly OT: considering Macbook as stand alone for running personal erlang server, worthwhile?

Bob Ippolito bob@REDACTED
Thu Mar 27 19:23:26 CET 2008

We use MacBook Pros for all of our workstations here at Mochi Media.
They work great, but Mac OS X isn't a very good server platform in
general. You can install Linux on it though, if you need better


On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 10:41 AM, bryan rasmussen
<rasmussen.bryan@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi,
>  My girlfriend bought a new Macbook 4.1 yesterday (2.1 GHz Core2 Duo,
>  1GB RAM) now she's regretting it and going to buy a Macbook Air, and
>  wants to sell me this one, now the problem is I don't really have any
>  particular use for it. I was thinking about buying a new computer, but
>  not another laptop, but if I did buy it I figure I would basically be
>  running different projects on it on the side, for example Erlang based
>  stuff - like a personal Ejabberd or Yaws.
>  So does anyone know particular bad points in relation to Erlang, good
>  points for this particular machine?
>  Cheers,
>  Bryan Rasmussen
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