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From: Ruben I Safir
Subject: Re: [hangout] Borough Hall
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> 1. What hardware will be used? Will Borough Hall provide the hardware or
> NYLXS? I could ask Scott for one of the older machines he has sitting
Probibly something from affordbale computers, AMD cost about $550.00
> 2. What Linux Distribution would you like to install?
> 3. Should this machine also have a mail server?
If they want it to it can do both with no trouble, or include
DNS,semail, RDMS, HTTPD
>If so, can anyone help me
> set up sendmail or some other e-mail server?
Yes - we can mirror the setup at mrbrklyn if need be
> 4. Will we provide them POP or IMAP email? How about web mail?
NO - or only internally
But this is not a web server anymore
> 5. Do they have a domain name?
> 6. Where is the server going to reside.
>There was talk about using
> Polytechnic's Internet connection. Who is the contact at Polytechnic if
> that is the case.
We have none - How long for wiring in house?
> 7. Should SSH be activated for system administration?
> 8. Should there be an FTP server?
> 9. Should MySQL or PostgreSQL be installed?
Either - but I prefer mysql
> 10. Should KDE or Gnome or some other graphical environment be used, or
> just stick with the command line?
wmaker is fine
> 11. What about setting up a separate machine as a firewall?
this is off the deep end already. We are talking about a web server
>I can also get the web server
> running and a web site up.
Do not install by RPM's the web server. Do it by hand.
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