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Old 05-17-2010, 11:29 AM   #1
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simple questions on intranet software


I have a simple question about intranets and suggested software.

I've got apache and Tomcat6 on my desktop system which is Simply Mepis . I hardly ever use Apache however mainly playing with jsp.

Someone in Ghana asked me if I could help fix a Jabber server out there, in a state school where they have been waiting 5 months for someone to fix it. I've heard about Jabber but thats all.

It got me onto thinking about intranets & having a play using Tomcat6 on my Simply Mepis PC, and connecting another laptop PC using Jaunty Jackel and also having Tomcat6 on it, via a switch and RJ45 cable , and setting static IP addresses.

The reverse of what I wanted happened ; from Mepis I could bring up a web page from Tomcat6 on the Ubuntu machine, but couldn't access any page on Mepis PC from from the Ubuntu machine.

Anyway Tomcat6 is a web server , and am not that clued up on file sharing so started looking into a System which would have quite a bit of GUI on it, would be good for a newbie to set up an intranet, and not be too complicted to do gateway settings , so client pc'scan get to get to the internet at some point in future.

I wittled it down to Zencafe and SME7 from www.contribs.org. Any other suggestions ?
 
Old 05-17-2010, 04:44 PM   #2
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I'd like to say I have no idea of what you are trying to ask and I mean that in a polite way. Can you re-ask your question?
 
Old 05-18-2010, 03:57 AM   #3
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ok

simply this -I want to set up a simple intranet with one pc as server , which serves
html pages to the clients.


I have used Tomcat as a jsp test environment but wouldn't know how to expand the use of it for a 10 pc intranet.

The question is - what would i need to do to utilize Tomcat on one dedicated pc as the server for a small intranet, or is there just simple software that would be easy as a newbie to use.
 
Old 05-18-2010, 05:56 AM   #4
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Just a simple qn: if you just want to serve HTML pages, why not just use Apache? Adding Tomcat seems overkill...
 
  


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