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    Yes, you can download Oracle 9i from Oracle's...

    Yes, you can download Oracle 9i from Oracle's site. Do you really need an Enterprise class database? Oracle can be very difficult to set up and can take years to learn (really!) - have you considered...
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    I'm also going to take a look at this...

    I'm also going to take a look at this
    http://muse.linuxmafia.org/gshield.html

    to see if it will make my life any easier.
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    OK, I've got my firewall running well at the...

    OK, I've got my firewall running well at the moment. Find attached my script (completely stolen from another website). I need to tweak the script to do the following:

    1) Cope with dynamic IP -...
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    Thanks for all your replies - I have a ton of...

    Thanks for all your replies - I have a ton of material to read through - I'll let you know around Easter time how I get on! :eek:

    Not sure whether I need NAT or Masquerade now - here's my setup:...
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    Thanks for the help - but that's not what I...

    Thanks for the help - but that's not what I really want. I need the routing/firewall done on the linux box - I don't want to buy a hardware router.

    I know it's gonna take me a while to get it all...
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    iptables help on Linux

    Hi,

    I have a cable modem, dedicated linux server and a home LAN. I want to use NAT and I need to have a firewall on the server. I want FTP and HTTP servers on the server.

    I know I need to use...
  7. Thread: Which Linux

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    Red hat 7.2 or Mandrake 8.1 - I prefer Mandrake -...

    Red hat 7.2 or Mandrake 8.1 - I prefer Mandrake - try a few and see what you prefer. Debian and Slackware are not for beginners - they will put you off linux if you try those!
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