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i have redhat 8.0 set up on my machine. i want to set it up as a router for my home network. i have been searching the web for a good article on how to do it but i have come up short. does anybody know where i can find a good article on how to set it up?
i also want to set it up as a dhcp server and an apache server. some help would be greatly appreciated. thanks
I would have to recommend looking at the books publised by O'Rielley. They are very good. Another suggestion is the "Red Hat 8.0 Bible". Many bookstores carry it. It has some good stuff in it that should easily get you going in the right direction.