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I would like to see a guide on how to get USB key to work on RedHat 9, including what to do if Kernel does not recognize USB mass storage.
Welcome to Linuxhelp. FWIW RH 9 is obsolete and will not have out of the box support for the latest hardware nor any of the features found in the newest distributions.
If you are not using RH 9 for some legacy applications I would suggest installing the latest Fedora.
yess Ok Thankss!


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Guide to GRUB:
1) Finding correct details to partition and adding entries to menu.lst
2) Using commandline to boot a partition using GRUB
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Am total newbee. I was worried about computer compatibility. Took a guess and got a very common processor and video driver and it was all compatible. Would a list of compatible hardware be good?
OK ... A guide that I think might be good is this:

1. How to obtain domain a name and register it. (How to point it to if it is not a static IP.)

2. Setup a fully fuctional gateway server (Home / Small Business) that contains everything you need to make it do the following:

a. Be a Firewall (2 NICs, one connected to your cable/DSL modem ... the other to your internal network). Allow all your internal PCs go to the internet.

b. Be a Webserver. Serve pages for your new domain name.

c. Be an E-mail server for your newly obtained domain. Have Spam and Anti Virus protection and webmail.

e. Be a DHCP server for your internal Network.

f. Be a Caching DNS server (if you had to use zone edit) or your Primary Master DNS server (if you have a static IP) ... and be the DNS server for your internal network.

g. Be a Samba Primary Domain Controller (PDC) for your Windows computers on your internal network.

I am going to be working on such a guide ... with pieces of it already being done and posted here (the following are already done - Webserver {which needs some work}, the Mail server, the DNS server and Samba PDC).

May next part of it will be the DHCP server...then the firewall. Then a document to tie it all together.

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When I log into my web server via SSH I see the information:
88 packages can be updated.
80 updates are security updates
I tried apt-get update then apt-get upgrade but each time I log in I still see the message about updates. How do I install them?

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