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#1 2003-10-15 15:43:29

From: Blacksburg, VA
Registered: 2003-07-18
Posts: 153

Archlinux as a local server

So far so good, I've got archlinux as a server on my home LAN, coming up on 4 days uptime after i had everything configured.  Makes a nice little server, yes (I wouldn't know about a production server though).

Here's the stats:
Intel Celeron 333 MHz (Overclocked to 500, machine is incledibly slow at 333)
128 MB PC-100 SDRAM
Maxtor 5200 RPM 40.0 GB hdd (ATA-66 controller sad )
Linksys WMP-11 802.11b Wireless NIC

And now, the services:
Linux kernel: 2.4.22-cck3  (Con Koliva's server patchset)
Linux-wlan-ng 0.2.0
dcron 2.3.3-11
apache 2.0.47 (with php and SSL)
php 4.3.3-2
proftpd 1.2.8-2
postfix 2.0.16-1
tpop3d 1.5.1-1
openssh 3.7.1p2-1
mysql 4.0.15-2
samba 3.0.0-2
cups 1.1.19-3
squid 2.5.STABLE3-1
bind 9.2.2-2
webmin 1.110
usermin 1.040

(Got webmin and usermin so i can teach my father and brother the basics of administering the server... I built it as per request for an email server)

File and printer sharing is working seamless with the windows network smile
everyone's got their own email address, ftp, and http account (with php and mysql available to them)
squid and bind are speeding things up a bit on the cable connection
and the wireless means i can go put the box in a closet somewhere smile



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