Yeah, I also like the idea of it not taking in the whole living room.
It will take me some time to get it going though. I'm first trying to learn some general usage of Slackware and compliling a custom kernel and so forth. Not with too much success so far
One of my main problems is that I don't know what is where, and what does what. I gotto get rid of the Windows-habbit
I was thinking of buying the book "A practical guide to Linux" by Sobell, Mark G. Anyone know this one, or some other book that would be good with the basic understanding how Linux is put together?
One more thing: my laptop is a Toshiba with a 400Mhz Celeron and 192Mb RAM. Will this be enough for "serving"?