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Setting Up a Linux Home Server

Article Source Bright Hub
May 24, 2009, 2:20 pm
Many homes today want to share data between multiple computers and people without the hassle of USB drives, CDs and DVDs. Setting up a Linux Home Server can solve this problem and, if you have an old desktop lying around, it can be done for little out of pocket cost...
 

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