Wednesday, March 27, 2013

What software should I use on a home server?

Q. I am building a home server that I want to attempt to use as a router and for extra accessable storage from my desktops. I don't know what version of linux or unix would be the best. I am kind of new to linux, but I have played around with it for awhile now.

A. redhat fedora its free and easy to learn

How to install linux fedora on a i586 system?
Q. How do I install linux fedora onto an i586 system? I tried the installation guide page, and the live cd mode is not compatible....and to do a classical install for this kernel, but my question is: WHAT is a classical install? Thanks!

10 points for best answer!

A. Don't use the live CD method. Burn the cd set from one of the spins or use the network cd method.
You will need to find a server with the distribution tree for the release you chose.

Try the fedora forums for help first.

What is the easiest way to setup your own Linux / Unix Web Server?
Q. Want to learn Unix as much as possible, I figured setting up a web server would be the easiest project to start off with. Can someone reccomend an easy way to go about doing this for a newbie?

A. download and burn .iso images for either ubuntu or fedora. if you're a beginner, don't use ubuntu server edition because it is all command line and there is no graphical window interface. then you want to install and run a web server after you get the linux OS installed, such as apache. i've discovered that help and tutorials are easy to find once you know what the applications' names are, such as
apache=web server

you should be able to google your answers from there.

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