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my question is in the title allready "How to install cURL on a windows server 2003 machine with ISS 7.0 and PHP 5?".

I try to read HowTos in the internet but don't get any word what todo, I have too less experience with php and command line things...

So I hope somebody here understands what to do and help me.

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From what I've seen and the research I've done, the easiest way would be to boost a curling sheet (presumably folded or disassembled) into LEO, and then utilize a manned mission to retrieve the sheet and bring it to the ISS for assembly and installation. However, insofar as I'm aware, there are no plans to provide a suitable module for incorporation of such a playing surface into the ISS's living space, so you'd be reduced to playing during EVA, which doesn't seem likely to go over well with the mission managers.

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I mean not curling, I mean – user26034 Jul 21 '10 at 17:38
Ah. In that case, check . – BMDan Jul 21 '10 at 17:57

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