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Configuring the Gateway 

by July 10, 2001

The first server, which we refer to as the gateway in the setup, is the server that ...

Integrating the Servers and LAN

by July 10, 2001

Now that the Gateway server and the Intranet server have been fully configured to support the various ...

Upgrading to PCQ Linux 7.1

by July 10, 2001

Installing a fresh system from scratch can be a very liberating experience, but then there are those ...

Installing your Intranet Server

by July 10, 2001

After installing the Gateway server let’s continue on to the Intranet server. Here the steps to be ...

Choosing your Equipment

by July 10, 2001

The setup we will describe requires at least two servers, and some network equipment. Here is a breakdown of what we need.

Plan of Action

by July 10, 2001

In the following setup and configuration procedures, we have made certain assumptions and policies. These were designed ...

Linux Unleashed

by July 10, 2001

What we have for you in Linux this year is more power-packed than ever before. Starting with ...

Installing a Gateway Server

by July 9, 2001

Linux installations are not as complicated as they once were. At the same time, it is something to be done carefully. Keeping this in mind, let’s now set up an operating system for the gateway server.

Clean that Bug with Linux

by July 7, 2001

How to set up an anti-virus on your Linux mail server to scan all e-mail

Penguin 2k

by July 7, 2001

Linux is gaining wide acceptance with hardware and software vendors, developers, and users

Fine tuning your Linux machine

by July 7, 2001

Some peripheral tweaking tips to get that little extra from your Linux machine

Linux and Viruses

by July 7, 2001

Why Linux machines are less likely to face virus attacks

Stopping Spam on your Linux box

by July 7, 2001

Tools that allow you to prevent or filter spam, and even track down spammers

Security with PAM

by July 7, 2001

It is PAM that authenticates users and informs applications of their identity

Understanding LDAP

by July 7, 2001

LDAP allows you to centrally manage a network with diverse operating systems

Linux Password Policies

by July 7, 2001

How to set up password aging, and make Linux secure

Setting up LDAP 

by July 7, 2001

How to use LDAP under Linux to centralize network management information

Samba

by July 7, 2001

Add Linux machines to Win NT/2000 domains and workgroups, and vice versa

Secure Mail on Linux

by July 7, 2001

Use Kmail e-mail client and PGP to send and receive encrypted messages

KDE 2 for Linux

by July 7, 2001

This version bundles a powerful Web browser, an office suite, and a multimedia architecture to playback audio and video, and to create music