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Old 01-16-2006, 11:00 AM   #1
Registered: Jun 2004
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Setting up a secure server then testing

Looking for good info on setting up a server and performance tuning it. Not sure what distro i am going to run, here is what i need to do, any suggestions welcome.

Share files to all PCs on my network
Allow each user their own folder for storage
Host games locally and online
Share its printer to all users
Allow network linux installs to users on the network

I have a tyan s2460 dual athlon mobo, dual 1.2ghz athlon mp, 1gb pc2100 reg. ecc memory, 3ware 2port sata card, intel pro/1000 64bit nic.

I would also like to probe it afterward to check security.



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