Choose demo to download
Typically it's enough to download only one file from the list below. We don't recommend to download ISO versions of files since during site development, it's most convenient to use start Stunnix Advanced Web Server and its CDBuilder from HDD, not from CD/DVD. ISO versions are mostly a proof that Stunnix Advanced Web Server works perfectly on Linux too (since Linux treats filenames case-sensitive, special attention is needed to create ISO preserving original case of filenames).
"All inclusive" demo
This demo includes everything - PHP4/5, Perl, Python, Java and Tomcat for scripting, MySQL4/5, SQLite, FireBird (windows-only) databases. Also it includes following Windows-only features: Portable FireFox, ASP and ASP.NET support.
This demo includes PHP4/5, Perl, MySQL4/5, SQLite, and the following Windows-only features: FireBird Database, Portable FireFox, ASP and ASP.NET support. Compared to "all inclusive" demo, it lacks Python and Tomcat/Java support.
What each demo package includes
Each file above contains CDBuilder tool. This means you can create CDs and browser-based applications using any of technology the demo package contains. CDs you can produce with each demo package will support operating systems the demo package supports (i.e. you won't be able to produce CD that works on Macs using demo package that supports only Windows).
Also each package contains samples showing technologies it supports in action. In particular, working Joomla, PphBB2 and PhpMyAdmin samples are included.
ISO and ZIP files contain the same set of files.
What to do with demo package
If you've downloaded ISO version, unpack it from zip archive and then burn to REAL CD or DVD (better use CD-RW or DVD-RW disk). You can use CD emulators (virtual CD drives) with EXTREME CAUTION - most of virtual CD drive software is very buggy and cause various bugs running demo packages. Insert CD/DVD disc into tray; on Windows it will start automatically (if autorun is enabled for that drive), otherwise - click on "runcd.exe" on the top of cd on Windows, "Run CD on Mac OS X" on OS X and "runcd.sh" on linux.
If you've downloaded ZIP: unpack it to your HDD. Then click on "runcd.exe" at the top of the directory on Windows, "Run CD on Mac OS X" on OS X and "runcd.sh" on linux.