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DNS Sever - nt server 4 or linux ???

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i am looking to put a DNS server on a small network, about 90% of the systems win98 or winXP. the remaning are a couple of linux work stations. the DNS server is going to be a celeron 333 with 64mb mem. im not share what os to us the to i have avalible are red hat linux and nt server 4. im not that grate with linux, would it worth the efort to try with linux or am i beter of going with NT.

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"im not that grate with linux" -

in that case, use NT...
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NaveenRao earned 25 total points
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Yes, you might as well use NT as you have the license, and I'd recommend furthermore SimpleDNS @ http://www.jhsoft.com/.

Mercury, in all honesty its a bit hard for us to truely make that decision as it depends on the time you have available, your resources, and you and your team's areas of expertise. But SimpleDNS is exactly that.
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