On 12/21/06, Peter.Colpaert@xxxxxxxxx <Peter.Colpaert@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dan,

When my youngest son got his own new PC 1 and a half years ago, the old
one (P2 350MHz) was transformed into a server.

I stuck in 2 network cards, 2 HD's of 20GB each and 320MB of Ram.

Then I installed ClarkConnect on it (freebie Home version, can be
downloaded from http://www.clarkconnect.com ).

It's an all-in-one linux distro which comprises all what I mentioned
below, plus many more things (DNS, DHCP, HTTP, FTP server, you name it).

And it's very newbie-friendly: it took me less than an hour to be up and
running.


Thanks Peter.  It sounds like an alternative to IPCop.  Have you heard of
that one and/or investigated/tried it?

I am downloading the free Community edition of ClarkConnect as I write
this.  Hopefully, will have a chance to play with it and IPCop after
Christmas.

- Dan

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