Installation on Windows 95/98/ME

Most of the things said for Windows NT/2000/XP are applicable as well for Windows 95/98/ME. The main difference is that the latter operating systems do not support the idea of a daemon or service. The closest thing you can do to running a service is to put a shortcut to refdbd into the startup folder. This is not much of a problem if you run the RefDB clients on the same computer as refdbd. However, Windows 95/98/ME are not suitable to handle RefDB requests from other computers because refdbd will not run if nobody is logged in.