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Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 2.1 Released

6 February 2003 (C)



MandrakeSoft released its Linux Corporate Server 2.1 edition earlier today. According to the release announcement, the new Corporate Server offers all the tools needed to create a full-featured enterprise network, complete with the latest up-to-date software and security updates.

MandrakeSoft also produces and distributes Mandrake Linux 9.0, which comes in three-CD Standard ($30), seven-CD PowerPack ($69), and eight-CD plus one workstation DVD ProSuite ($199) editions. Mandrake 9.1 is in the beta development stage currently.

The Mandrake Linux PowerPack and Standard editions are designed for individual users, and the ProSuite Edition is created for small and medium-sized enterprises. The release announcement states that Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 2.1 is a comprehensive and versatile Linux solution that provides large accounts with critical business server functions . . . The Corporate Server includes MandrakeClustering tools.

You can purchase Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 2.1 from the Mandrake on-line store. It's sold on a subscription basis, which includes support and software updates. For $749 you get a half-year Standard option that includes five support incidents. The Unlimited edition of Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 2.1 is $1499 and gets you unlimited support for one year.

According to the Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 2.1 Web page, Corporate Server 2.1 is based upon the 2.4 Linux kernel and features:

  • Easy to install with intuitive graphical interface
  • Configure services with easy to use wizards
  • Administer with any secure web browser
  • Linux kernel 2.4
  • Choice of several journalized file systems
  • DHCP Server
  • Apache Web Server -- pre-configured with PHP (scripting language) and MySQL (database) for dynamic, easy to maintain websites
  • Postfix Email Server -- a secure replacement for Sendmail
  • ProFTP FTP Server
  • Squid Proxy Server
  • Samba File and Print Server -- share resources with networked computers running Microsoft operating systems
  • LDAP mail directory -- contacts directory server
  • Firewall and router -- security and Internet sharing
  • POP3, IMAP and Webmail Email -- a reliable and robust corporate messaging system
  • More

MozillaQuest Magazine has not reviewed Mandrake Linux Corporate Server. We have, however, reviewed Mandrake Linux 9.0. For links and more information about Mandrake Linux 9.0, please see our article Mandrake Linux 9.0, Desktop Magic You Can Use: A First Look.

Resources

Mandrake Linux Corporate Server 2.1

Corporate Support Options for the United States

Corporate Server Support Scope: Europe

Mandrake Store

Announcement MandrakeSoft extends its enterprise offerings with the release of Mandrake Corporate Server 2.1


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