Re: Are 120 MB diskspace enough?
On Wed, 10 Dec 1997, Thomas Apel wrote:
> Hi all!
> I'm going to set up a server for some network-experiments. The machine
> shall run a mail and database-server and perhaps a web-server.
> For the possible hardware I'm offered a 486 DX2/66, 16 MB RAM, 120 MB
> HDD. Now the question is: Are 120 MB disk-space sufficient? I have my
> doubts about this. But as this will be my first linux-machine I'm not
> Again, it will only be used for above mentioned purposes. No GUI or any
> other apps like StarOffice or Netscape are required. The served network
> are only two other machines. And I expect the stored data to be less
> than 20 MB.
> What size are the needed components?
> I hope someone can help me with his opinion!
I will do exactly the same thing next week, but I got 4 MB additional RAM
The only `problem` is, that the machine has neighter monitor nor
keybord connected. There is only a LAN ( ne2000 ) connect.
Is it possible to get it up without carrying things around?
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