On 2006-02-20, billie <mlistfastwebnet.it> wrote:It's certainly possible, but I was under the impression that no server> Hi all. I have to make a work in an office in which I'd have to install a
> small server including a DHCPd/DNSd, squid, samba PDC and vsftpd.
> I always used Debian for purposes like these but now I'm curious to try
> Ubuntu out.
> I was wondering if Ubuntu is good for servers and if it could be a good in
> substitution of Debian.
software ships with Ubuntu default (to the extent that they deem a
firewall config app unnecessary in the default install). You'll likely
have to go about installing the apps you need one by one through your
package manager or sources.
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