"My Directory's capital was only RM200. With only a Red Hat
Linux 6.0 server, Yeak says he can provide virtual web and ftp
hosting; play MP3 songs and VCDs; carry out software development;
do SMB file sharing, AppleTalk file-sharing and DHCP (dynamic host
configuration protocol); and have it act as an e-mail, DNS,
firewall and proxy server. Remote access? No problem. X-windows? Of
"All this on a mere -- relatively speaking -- Pentium II 233MHz
PC with 128MB RAM...."
"Linux has not only opened up Yeak's business world, but
played a key part in his venture into community work."
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