RE: Home Server!
--- "Johansson Mikael (mj)" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thank you for your response!
> What list archieves are you referring to?
> What version of Debian must I have?
Stable is best, you can use www.backports.org or www.apt-get. to get
new/better/diffrent programs if need be. Testing will also work withougt
too many problems for you, best to read http://www.debian.org/releases/ to
get a better idea.
> best regards
> Mikael Johansson
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Mestnik [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: den 28 april 2004 12:46
> To: Johansson Mikael (mj); Debian firewall. (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: Home Server!
> In the list arcives there will be talk about what programs are good to
> auto-mate what you are trying to do. What you need is iptables and
> Once the connection is made and the computer is on the internet and
> local network is setup - you use iptables to set up NAT. The iptables
> manpage has all the syntax.
> Also samba will have all the printer and (MS)share stuff you may use.
> dnsmasq(featuring a dhcp server) will also be handy.
> --- "Johansson Mikael (mj)" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hello everybody.
> > I have installed Debian on a computer with following requirements:
> > Processor Pentium 1
> > Speed 133MHz
> > Harddisc 1,2GB
> > RAM 16MG
> > Ability to connect to internet via external modem.
> > My questions are:
> > Is it possible to use such a computer as a server
> > in an minor network?
> > What do I need to use this computer as an entry
> > for external communication via internet for other
> > computers in this minor network?
> > What packages in Debian do I need?
> > Best Regards.
> > /Mikael Johansson
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