1- Can we edit or change squid.conf or any otehr
file, How ?
by simply using an editor. there are several on your sys. some you can use in X others are useful at the shell. i use one called "vim".
2- can it work as active directory /Domain for
windows users, how ?
read documentation about samba and relatetd sw.
3- i was working on mailman mailing list server
project for that i was configuring, DNS, Qmail,
Squid, Apcache etc, But here these all thing
almost ready , now can i install and configure
sme server as mailman server too, How?
look at the documentation.
4- how to access shell ?
you may start using "bash". it's defacto standard on most linux distributions. this is what you get if you start up linux without a grapical interface. if you are in X start "xterm" or try to find something like "console"/"terminal",...
5- where to get compelete user/adminitration manula ?
have a look at www.tldp.org
. there are useful other sites on the net. google for linux crash-course ,...
6- Can we add any other feature in it like in webmine
can be add new module for any new supported
yes. you can write your own scripts for nearly everything. read the manual/ have a look at those scripts already there.
6- can it work behing parent proxy/ Or Can it work
with onyway internet via Satellite system
should (i asume you mean parent caches?). depents on the configuration. sattelite is difficult ;-) you don't have upload.
7- Am i right , as i explore it in one day, its look
like that its compelete web based solution for web
hosting, ftp server, email server, internet proxy
for internet user ?, for both internal and
yes, linux definitely is a "web-based" os. for the interrest: about 69% of the sites you're watching via internet are hosted on apache, more than 70% of emails a routed via a linux box.
8- Can i host more then 1 website on same server with
one static IP
yes. but, with one ip only, you'll have to use different ports for each site. there is a feature called "virtual server" you can use to build virual ather interfaces on just on interface (ethernet f.ex.).