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Hi everyone, just wondering if there is any interest,
I've almost finished a small project of mine, a full email server running Qmail on a live DvD. I've have also included spamassassin, clamav, SquirrelMail, qmailadmin, vqadmin and webalizer. There is also a webserver with SMF(simple machines forum) and TinyPortal, Just have to see the developers first to get the approval to use their software.
Its designed to be admined from KDE, this is mainly for people who are new to linux, a little bit of familiarity makes the transition a little easier.
the desktop has a few short-cuts so people can just straight to webpage, vqadmin, qmailadmin etc. Of course once you install it to the hard drive you can change the runlevel. You can also access it from the network as well, since all the admin software is web-based.
The main target for this live DvD, is the small time tech/hobbyist and teachers/tutors/students. It has a pre-installed test domain, so you can start playing around sending emails, mailing lists etc... I'm also working on a slackware 12 version at the moment, just having a few issues that I cannot resolve just yet.
If you would be interested in something like this, just let me know. I'm hoping to have my website up and running in a few weeks, and I love to get some feedback.