Thanks, not sure which version you are referring to but i'll look for it. 

The problem is I do not have sudo previlages on the server I wish to install it on. It already comes with imagemagik so the problem is tesseract and ghostscript.

Laith

On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 2:58 AM, Adam Zammit <adam.zammit@acspri.org.au> wrote:
Dear Laith,

This is possible.

If you have a look through the sourceforge downloads there is an XAMPP
install for an earlier version of queXF. You could use that as a
template and try installing the latest queXF version if you like.

Regards,
Adam Zammit

On 15 April 2011 18:16, Laith Zumot <laithzumot@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Adam,
>
> Just to be certain. Is it possible to install quexf (along with tesseract
> and imagemagik executables) on a non-windows server? wouldn't the
> executables (tesseract and imagemagik) fail to run on such a server?
> thanks
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