The Linux Intranet Server HOWTO

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This document describes how to setup an Intranet using Linux as the server which binds Unix, Netware, NT and Windows together. Hence by just establishing the connection to the Linux box you are provided transparent access to all the various platforms. Detailed explanations are provided for setting up HTTP using the NCSA server and connect to it using TCP/IP clients from Novell, Microsoft under Windows3.1, WFWG,Win95 and WinNT and MacTCP on the Apple PowerMac.

1. Introduction

  • 1.1 What is required
  • 1.2 New versions of this document
  • 1.3 Feedback

2. Install the HTTP server

  • 2.1 Preparation before downloading
  • 2.2 Compiling HTTPd

3. Testing HTTPd

4. Connecting to the Linux Server

5. Setting up the Intranet

  • 5.1 NCPFS
  • 5.2 SMBFS
  • 5.3 NFS

6. Accessing the Web

7. More things to do

8. Credits and Legalities

  • 8.1 Thanks
  • 8.2 Copyright information

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