Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 13th Jan 2007 00:12 UTC, submitted by Charles A Landemaine
PC-BSD In his 'A week with...' series, Justin has used PC-BSD 1.3 this week and is sharing his experience. In other news, the PC-BSD team unveiled a sneak peek of the new look of the software installation wizard.
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RE[2]: Problems
by Haicube on Sun 14th Jan 2007 12:16 UTC in reply to "RE: Problems"
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Thanks for answers, will see if I can sort this disabling thing out =).

As an idea for what "server features" that I'm sure would be welcome is for starters File server. For Small businesses with anything from 2 - 20 employees, this is a costly thing and shouldn't have to be. Especially as having an IT guy employed is far to much cost, and Windows licensing to expensive for their server stuff.

The second thing that hits me is the "Pamp" thingie. As in Webserverinstall. Just get it setup with MySQL or Firebird or PG (would be lovely to choose in setup) and get Apache up, PHP and in the best of worlds Java.

Third install would be CRM server install. Take for instance, SugarCRM and have it installed and setup. Would be lovely.

For many, the same box would be able to handle all these tasks, but the daunting thing is setting it up, and still 95% of these installs are almost identical which is why I find it odd to make it such a hazzle to fix this.

but, to make sure I don't sound like someone complaining far to much. PCBSD have done great strides so far to simplify things in the unix world!

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