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rguest
post Feb 15 2006, 06:14 PM
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I have a test on Linux and Im needing to show the commands to setup (5) servers to (6) workstations. Below is the proposal, but Im lost on commands and the order to setup each server. Can someone please help me.

All workstation PCs, firewall and router will be provided by the customer.

provide and install (1) 24-port Dell 2324 Switch equipped with (2) 1000-base-T ports, 8.8 Gbps switching capacity, 14.5 Mpps forwarding rate. The switch will be mounted in the lockable cabinet.

provide and install (1) Dell PowerEdge 2850 Server to be used as a database server using MySQL for sales contacts and sales performance that can be connected using Microsoft Access. This server will be used for sales contacts and sales percentages and performance values.

provide and install (1) Dell PowerEdge 850 Server to be used as a NFS server for files sharing running SAMBA because the clients are windows. This server is also going to be used as a backup server.

provide and install (1) Dell PowerEdge 850 Server to be used as a print server running SAMBA because the clients are windows. This server is also going to be used as a DNS Server used to resolve names to ip addresses.

provide and install (1) Dell PowerEdge 2850 Server to be used as a mail server using SendMail for all emailing.

provide and install (1) Dell Power Edge 2850 Server to be used as a Web Server using Apache for the hosting of the website and also be linked to database server.

not going to use DHCP, All workstations will be manually given an internal IP address, specify the default gateway and the DNS server IP.

not going to use FTP because there is no reason to host files for Internet users.

Telnet Services will be used with SSH for Admin uses only.


Email me at rguest@cingltelecom.com

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Ray
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post Feb 16 2006, 01:55 AM
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First of all, we have a policy of not doing people's wrk for them - Secondly, you ahven't even given us basic information like which distribution you are using. If you dont know how to do some of those tihngs, then maybe you shouldnt be doing a test.

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post Feb 16 2006, 04:19 AM
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Yeah, I wasnt trying to get someone to do my work, just maybe send me a link that shows the commands for each server setup. All we are having to do is setup each server. If you can help me that would be great.

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post Feb 16 2006, 07:10 AM
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Well installation varies between distributions - There is no command to isntall MySQL. There are commands to make a distributions pakcage manager download a package adn install it though, However, you will still have to do the configuration yourself. There is an overview of isntallation methods at: http://wiki.linuxhelp.net/index.php/Softwa...re_Installation


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