Setting Up a Linux Desktop in a Small Office
"If you want to use Linux exclusively in a small office network environment, you have many simple and straightforward options for creating shared folders and printers. Such options originated on the Internet, and they provide Internet security models and include different printer protocols, such as LPRng and CUPS. You can provide File Transfer Protocol or use SSH to allow access to shared files. You also can share devices such as CD-ROMs and modems. Linux provides simple and straightforward solutions, because the GNU/Linux developers implemented Internet and POSIX standards from inception."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Feb 17, 2005 )
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