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recently i install red hat linux 7.3 as a server setup
and i want to connect 9 pc's which is running windows 98
to red hat linux 7.3 (server)

in simple words i want to make LAN and which server runs linux

how i do that please help
please explains if any command use in it.
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by:naccad
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Well, it all depends on what you want your server to do.

Will it be a file server? a mail server? an internet sharing router? what?

Please provide more info.

tc
-nick
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sqlslammer earned 0 total points
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yeah right what you want to do please give some idea

1 mail server
2 file server
3 web server
4 DNS server
5 Print/FAX server

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by:david_ex
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sorry about my poor knowledge

i want to such kind of server (offcource linux)
which give internet access to other computers and also file storage

i am 13 year boy and i want make network running linux in my school project.
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by:david_ex
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sorry about my poor knowledge

i want to such kind of server (offcource linux)
which give internet access to other computers and also file storage

i am 13 year boy and i want make network running linux in my school project.
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by:XoF
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OK,

- samba is first choice for acting your box as a file server for windows clients

- netfilter (iptables) can be used for masquerading several clients on one internet connection

providing you with a complete solution for that task is quite much work. please be aware, that everyone here tries to help other users in his _free time_ and is not paid for. So you perhaps might want to increase the points to perhaps 400 (then you'll probably find an expert who will do that job) or - quite better for increasing your knowledge - read documentation and earlier discussions covering that topic.

some good starting points could be:
- www.samba.org for the samba server
- man smb.conf for the configuration

- netfilter.samba.org for iptables/masquerading
- man iptables

- google (search for "gateway masquerading iptables linux")

there are probably millions of people out there, who taggled the same task and worked out a quite good solution.

HTH,
-XoF-

PS: Samba configuration is quite easy using "swat" (a webbased graphical configuration utility); could be a good starting point for getting things up rather quickly
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by:sqlslammer
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type "setup". there you will see many options on configuring the system, including one for "network".


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The david account is suspended. Seems we have duplicate accounts.  This is against the members agreement.  If no response on how to resolve this, the other account will be suspended also.

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