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How to configure a linux server A-Z

Could someone please help me, i need to configure a linux bos to act as a mail server, webserver and a file server, on a windows network, ive tried and tried i can get one thing working then something else dosent, i think its just a matter of IP addresses as im not sure where to put what, here's IP Addresses im working with

Linuxserver needs to be 172.26.76.158
Client PC's range from 172.26.76.129 - 172.26.76.159
with a netmask of 255.255.255.224

My ADSL Modem comes with the following Configuration

IP address 192.168.7.2
Mask 255.255.255.0
Preferred DNS 212.159.11.150
Alternate DNS 212.159.13.150
Default Gateway 192.168.7.1

My Plusnet connection gives me a static IP of  212.159.126.xxx
mask 255.255.255.255

Could someone go through step by step where all the above information needs to go on the linux box as well as the individual client pc's, the more detail the better.

Thanks in advance
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damieneowen
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cscoCommented:
Hi damieneowen,

I recommend this Linux Distro..

http://www.e-smith.org/

What it does...
- It is Linux based, based on Red Hat Linux
- It does not required Linux knowledge
- Very very easy configurations guided with instructions during installation
- Very easy configuration through web base interface
- It features pop mail, webmail, web, ftp, vpn (pptp), nat router, win file server, win domain controller, and more...
- It can be gateway mode, server only mode or both

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