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Old 16th September 2004, 14:49   #11
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Thx again, usefull info

Now all I have to do is get the funds for a rig and get the linux magic to work ... oh oh

BTW, we got a sucky usb adsl modem (die groene pijlstaartrog-modelletjes) so can't connect it to a switch even if I wanted to waiting for this contract to end so we can switch to cable
Old 16th September 2004, 19:07   #12
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if you want a router, try clarkconnect. redhad9 based distribution with nice web interface. I also used this in the beginning on my router: I had a great router by default, and I could toy with the software on it whenever I feeled like (setting up samba, ftp server, webserver). you can configure it either by web-interface or by SSH (commandline)
Old 16th September 2004, 19:45   #13
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Teus, everything you just said is mombojombo to me

But I'll look this clarckconnect up after I have a rig and after I have linux running on it.. 1 step at a time ey
Old 16th September 2004, 20:10   #14
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nonono. you install clarkconnect on the P1 and you're started

graphical system is not required to learn linux. if you're learing it, you can only use the GUI as eye-candy. some distros provide graphical configuration tools, but who needs those anyway
Old 17th September 2004, 01:58   #15
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let me check if I get this:

clarckconnect is a program that sort of turns your pc into a router and it's based on red hat linux?

If so, that'd be awesome

Don't have to spend money on a new rig and I can enjoy the safety of linux

Thx Teus
Old 17th September 2004, 05:47   #16
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"Combines Features with Stability

ClarkConnect transforms standard PC hardware into a dedicated broadband gateway and easy-to-use server. The award-winning Linux-based solution includes firewall and security tools, along with file, print, web, e-mail, proxy, antivirus, antispam, content filtering and VPN servers. "
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