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Okay am currently building a new computer that i want to run as a server... it will have the latest mother board,graphics card,ram and 1TB of storage just wondered how i'd set it up as a server?

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  • : Okay am currently building a new computer that i want to run as a
    : server... it will have the latest mother board,graphics card,ram and
    : 1TB of storage just wondered how i'd set it up as a server?
    :
    First, use Linux for your operating system. Server apps are almost ALL made for Linux and Windows alike. Linux is much more stable, so it won't crash all the time like a Windows computer would. Unix would also work very well. Maybe try www.FreeBSD.com

    Use Apache for your server application. It's extremely powerful, with lots of customizable tweaks. You can add PHP, MySQL, etc. to it easily. www.apache.org

    Also, you don't need the graphics card. Lots of RAM is good for lots of hits, and 1TB should be plenty storage space.

    You'll need a DNS service to start. Try www.DynDNS.com for a good one. Then you can add a domain name from that.

    Good luck, let me know how it goes.
    function Me() {
    str1 = "ActionScript"; str2 = "PHP";
    trace(str1.concat(str2)); }
    Output: Skills.
  • : : Okay am currently building a new computer that i want to run as a
    : : server... it will have the latest mother board,graphics card,ram and
    : : 1TB of storage just wondered how i'd set it up as a server?
    : :
    : First, use Linux for your operating system. Server apps are almost
    : ALL made for Linux and Windows alike. Linux is much more stable, so
    : it won't crash all the time like a Windows computer would. Unix
    : would also work very well. Maybe try www.FreeBSD.com
    :
    : Use Apache for your server application. It's extremely powerful,
    : with lots of customizable tweaks. You can add PHP, MySQL, etc. to
    : it easily. www.apache.org
    :
    : Also, you don't need the graphics card. Lots of RAM is good for
    : lots of hits, and 1TB should be plenty storage space.
    :
    : You'll need a DNS service to start. Try www.DynDNS.com for a good
    : one. Then you can add a domain name from that.
    :
    : Good luck, let me know how it goes.
    : function Me() {
    : str1 = "ActionScript"; str2 = "PHP";
    : trace(str1.concat(str2)); }
    : Output: Skills.


    awesome cheers :) been much help :) and dont worry i will let ya know :) once i get it done which will prob be around a few months time :)

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