TechRepublic: Plan your enterprise Linux installation properlyJan 31, 2000, 01:18 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Judith Samson)
"You've been trying for months to convince upper management to give you the money for a pilot Linux installation, and they finally bought into the idea. You've performed countless Linux installations on your own computers and on your friends' machines, so installing it for your company should be no different, right? Wrong.
Although many aspects of Linux installation remain the same regardless of hardware, environment, or distribution, there are also several critical differences. If you're a system administrator or a team lead who's responsible for performing an enterprise Linux installation for the first time, you'll want to pay close attention."
"In this article, we'll assume that you're installing Linux for a business or other organization, that you have more than 10 workstations to build, and that you have some experience installing Linux for your personal use."
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