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Hi All, apologies if this has already being discussed elsewhere. I am the admin for a small charity/community group and need to network computers. All of the computers are running ...
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    Setting up a network


    Hi All, apologies if this has already being discussed elsewhere.

    I am the admin for a small charity/community group and need to network computers. All of the computers are running Windows XP (with the exception of two Macs) and was hoping to set up a linux server, which users would logon to etc.
    What would be the best distribution to use, and how easy would it be to do such a thing?

    Many thanks in anticipation...

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    That's an excellent idea. I wish I could find a small charity/community group that needed my help to do the same. But alas, you are asking the infamous, "which distro?" question. There is a special link for just that:

    Which Distro?

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