Linux Gazette: Developing Web Applications at Home - Part 1Dec 05, 1999, 18:42 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Anderson Silva)
"One of my favorite things about linux is that it allows me to have a full-featured server at home for a very small price. I have a 3 computer network at home, and my router is a simple Intel Pentium 133 w/ 32 MB RAM and 1.7 Gb HD."
"That machine which run on Red Hat 6.0 is my router, dns server, firewall/proxy server, samba server, and my web server, and it runs great. I must tell you that the only reason that I shut that server off is when there are thunderstorm warning in my city, but other than that the machine runs flawless."
"And the reason for this article is to allow you to run your own web applications of your computer, even if your machine is a small Pentium 133 like mine. I normally, write articles that are aimed for the newbies simply because I think they need much more support than the "older" guys do, and this article is no different."
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