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hi all this is Santosh from India.. I need some help regarding the server configuration. I am trying to set up my lab of computational biology, I am in need ...
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    hi all

    this is Santosh from India.. I need some help regarding the server configuration.

    I am trying to set up my lab of computational biology, I am in need to set up a file server and mail server for a small network domain of <30 nodes.

    SO, can anybody help me by giving the hardware configuration for such server..

    I would be greatful if you give details about the most suitable OS for it

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    Pretty much any Linux OS will be able to fulfill your needs. The most popular server distributions are Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Debian. Red Hat Enterprise Linux requires a subscription fee and if you do not want to pay that, then take a look at CentOS which is a free RHEL rebuild.

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