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> How To Build A Internet Caffe Server, with RedHat linux 9
post Aug 22 2004, 04:33 PM
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Hi all

i want you to tel me how to biuld a server for my internet caffe in linux redhat 9 please if there any one now have extra PDF give it to me please
thankx alot

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post Aug 22 2004, 08:44 PM
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What are you wanting to run? Services wise.

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post Aug 23 2004, 08:07 AM
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I would also be interested in this as well. Me and a friend of mine who has some business sense were thinking about opening up an Internet cafe here in our town.

When i was thinking about it, i thought that the easiest method of using and administering the network was to use one server with several dumb terminals, this seems to be the safest method in my opinion. Using Linux and free software will keep costs down and using one centralized server would keep costs down as well.

But, this was just ideas, i could never find any internet resource for setting up a cafe, whenever I did a search for it, i only came accross other people's cafe's.

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