March, 2001 - ShopSite 5.0.1 Released
The ShopSite SC v5.0.1 maintenance release for UNIX operating systems is now available from the shopsite.com FTP site. The maintenance release includes all previously posted v5.0 patches and is available for Linux, Solaris Sparc, BSDI, FreeBSD, and Irix platforms. Instructions for downloading the latest release and upgrading can be found at https://www.shopsite.com/help/5.0/en-US/install/upgrading.html
New Linux Version
For Linux there are now three flavors of ShopSite SC v5.0.1 available, depending on the version of libc you are running (libc5, libc6.0, or libc6.1/6.2). We have provided a script (ckplatform) that can be used to determine what version of libc is on your Linux system. Details are available in the "README-first.txt" file located on the FTP site.
ShopSite TX v5.0.1 for Solaris will be available in the near future. This version will work with Transact versions 5.0 through 5.0.1.
ShopSite SC v5.0.1 for NT or Windows 2000 is entering beta and should also be available very soon.
ShopSite, Inc. is a private company based in Orem, Utah, and has provided electronic commerce software for the small- to medium-sized business since 1996. The company's software is an online catalog and shopping cart system that is extremely powerful and easy to learn. With ShopSite software, merchants can manage their online stores entirely, regardless of their technical background-there's no HTML coding required.
ShopSite is sold by hundreds of reseller partners, including hosting companies such as GoDaddy, Bluehost, LexiConn, pair Networks, HostMonster, and YourHost.com. Merchant web sites using ShopSite include: Tony Packos, e- Wedding Bands, MyBambino, W+S Water Safety Europe GmbH and thousands of others.
The ShopSite family includes five products:
A comprehensive list of features in all ShopSite products can be found at www.shopsite.com/scchecklist.html.
ShopSite is server-based software that works with existing Web browsers, which means that merchants do not need to download or install anything on their desktop in order to create and manage a ShopSite store. Merchants can preview a demo version of ShopSite and obtain pricing information by visiting www.shopsite.com.
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