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Old 09-01-2006, 11:30 PM   #1
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Thumbs up How to configure LAN (1 server and 10 clients)with Fedora 4

I am deciding to configure one Local Area Network with 10 systems. 9 system has Fedora 4 OS and one fedora 4 server is there. I connected these 10 systems into a hub and i assigned the following static IP address
Server IP Address :
client1 :
client2 :
client3 :
client4 :
client5 :
client6 :
client7 :
client8 :
client9 :
Subnet mask :
Now my problem is how the client systems identify which one is server and which one is client. and also i want to control these clients from my server(create users and doamin name).so i want clear step by step explaination . please help me.
Old 09-02-2006, 12:38 AM   #2
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check out samba server and can make linux machine as domain master and make domain logins.
its simple go through the steps configering the samba server


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