Web Server LFS-style!!!!
jason at tommyk.com
Mon Oct 15 11:41:10 PDT 2001
Just to point out some other options...
> For mail I'd use qmail (www.qmail.org)
For the SMTP part, sendmail is the classic choice, but a bit challenging
to setup. You'll probably also want to set up POP3 access for the
clients. I'd recoment QPopper for that.
> For http, well... I'd use apache (www.apache.org)
If they just need a simple little webserver, Boa is small, fast, and
pretty easy to set up. (http://www.boa.org/)
> useful too, especially combined with mysql (www.mysql.com))
PostgreSQL is also quite good, though perhaps more challenging to set
> If you really wanna overload the box with functions, you
> might also want to
> get xntpd, to synchronize the clock on the box, so that all the
> windows-clients can
> synch their time via samba.
Besides xntpd, available @ (http://www.ccd.bnl.gov/xntp/) there is also
the very robust NTP package Latest stable is @
homepage is (http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~ntp/)
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