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Subject: Re: [aclug-L] Setting up my own server...
From: "Carl B. Davis" <cdavis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 08:34:09 -0500
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Check out the Linux Documentation Project, including the various
"How-To's".  That site pulls together lots of information about how to
do different things with Linux.  I started from scratch in November and
set up my office server.  It is, however, still a work in progress and
not as ambitious as yours.  Mine provides, File/Print, Mail and internet
to users in my small office.

I also got lots of help and tips from this list, thank you very much!

Also see the Linux Gazette, and back issues.

Good Luck. 


Patrick Klee wrote:
> Greetings,
>     I want to run my own server, with the following:
> - My own domain name.
> - My own news server.
> - My own mail server, for my employees to access from my computer.
> - My own FTP server.
> - Changing from root to my own username so I can't get a virus.
> I wanted to know where I can find out how to do these things from a
> single computer.  I know you can from Linux, I just want to know how to
> set it up right.  Also, what program comes with Linux RedHat 5.2 that
> you can make Webpages with?  What do I need to do all of this and where
> can I find step-by-step guides to set all of this up.
> Anyone who can help with this newbie question, would have my eternal
> gratitude, and possibly if you live here in town, I can take you out for
> a beer or coke.  =)

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