a little help

Discussion in 'Server Operation' started by mindswept, Mar 25, 2008.

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  1. mindswept

    mindswept New Member

    Hi all,

    This may be a little long winded but some advice would be greatly appreciated.

    After to many frustrating years with microsoft software and sytems I have decided to give Linux a go. Fedora is a really attractive option but after probably to much reading I am confused at where to start.

    I run a small business with only half a dozen workstations at most. While at the moment I am just looking to set up a file and possibly email server, a do wish a little later in the year to take over the hosting of my own site and mail.

    I have an ISO of Fedora 8 and am really at a loss as to weather or not go simple or set up a fully fledged server now and grow into it. I have some experience with unix through the mac platform and generally adapt quickly to learning and change.

    Any thoughts and guidence would be much appreciated, perhaps one day I can return the favour or help someone else out who is in my position...

    Thanks ahead for any responses
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