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Set Up Nfs Server, for Redhat Linux network install

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How do you set up an NFS or FTP server on a Windows computer so that you could upload RedHat Linux on it for others to download? Any good websites with instructions or guides?

I need to do this so that i can do a network install onto a server that does not have a functioning cdrom.
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you need a 3rd party NFS service running on the windows, go here to download one:
http://download.com.com/3120-20-0.html?qt=%22nfs+server%22&tg=dl-2001&part=opera&subj=windows&tag=search
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