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Nov 11, 2000, 19:37 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The first thing you'll need is fairly obvious. A box of some form running a GNU/Linux flavor of some sort (Or BSD, Solaris, etc). Fortunately, there are lots of boxes laying around in most educational and business environments running this weird thing called windows that are perfect candidates for such liberations."

"So, from this point forward, we'll assume you have a x86 computer running Debian GNU/Linux. We'll also assume you have a basic understanding of how to use a UNIX shell, and that you have superuser access to the machine. Everything in this example can be done remotely via ssh or telnet as well as locally from the machine console."

"First off, you will want to set up a directory structure to install and compile everything. Some people use the standard locations when installing everything. If you're only running a few machines, or only one OS, there's nothing wrong with this. You can install everything in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin or /export/home/web or wherever your OS of choice decides to put things."

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