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Old 07-02-2008, 04:26 AM   #11
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Default Re: Windows server 2003 activation help

OK, i have edited my signature now :P
hhm, well i dont know about a cracked version, apparently they are hard to find now a days?
But i would prefer to have a legal version - Do you know what is the cheapest version? it must support file, streaming media, and print serving. Also must support dual core processor, and 8gb+ of RAM.
This is why i cant use XP, as it will not take advantage of all of the RAM.
A linux server wouyld be nice, but it MUST be GUI, and easy to configure like windows :/

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Old 07-03-2008, 09:00 AM   #12
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danagol1990, I know this probably will make me sound like a linux nerd or something (but i only have tried about 2 linux distros before, I use XP mainly) but try reading this forum post on LinuxQuestions.org: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...server-463053/

This will basically tell you how you can install a GUI in Ubuntu Server.
It is not a GUI out of the box, but if everything goes right then you wont have to be in a command line very long. And, the forum post makes it easy, just copy and pasting the commands.

(again, I'm not a Linux geek )
Looking down a few more entries on Google came up with this post on the Ubuntu Forums:

Here is the search I did on Google:

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