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MEPIS for the small office?

The MEPIS Linux project has begun formal testing of a new version of its OS – aimed at the small office/home office, called MEPIS SoHoServer.
DesktopLinux has the news:

MEPIS SoHoServer is described a “preinstalled and configured server package” that includes Apache2, PHP4, Perl, Mysql, Proftpd, Bind, DHCPd, Postfix, Dovecot, Shorewall, Squid, DansGuardian, Webmin, and Usermin.

“MEPIS will be seeking Enterprise class certification for SoHoServer,” said Warren Woodford, principal MEPIS developer. “We think server farms will find SoHoServer to be a very cost effective alternative to Red Hat Enterprise with C-Panel.”

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