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Even with latest firmware and driver updates the server didn't make a TCP connection, but the problem was solved changing the motherboard. An IBM technician changed the motherboard and it started to work properly. Really weird problem.


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I offer this "Answer" as a supportive post AND as additional information on a point. The Andreas Reiff answer with 4-step details worked very well for my situation and I learned/found an interesting "oh, by the way". My situation was an attempt to TRIPLE-BOOT CentOS 7, Windows Server 2012, and Windows7. I thought I would be smart and add two separate ...


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As you are not looking for desktop applications but are more concerned with the administration side - I guess what you are really looking for is an easy management interface? No matter what distribution you choose, they will all use the standard tools to provide the sundry features you expect. Are you specifically looking for Linux? The OSX Server does ...


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The myskool server is the best solution i have ever encountered.. http://cyberorg.co.in/myscool/ check this out this has been impemented in India and Indonesia also


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https://www.edubuntu.org/ seems to be popular amongst schools.... here is a list of where it is run: ==> https://wiki.edubuntu.org/Education/UbuntuSchools


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I personally like Debian very much, but if you are happy with SuliXerver why don't you adapt it to your needs? If there are admin functions you don't have download them and use those. If it is just a permission problem, change root password with a live CD/USB and you're ready to go.


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Oldschool Ruby WEBrick HTTP server: #!/usr/bin/env ruby require 'webrick' server = WEBrick::HTTPServer.new(:Port => 8000, :DocumentRoot => '~/webrickroot') # stop server with Ctrl-C trap('INT') { server.stop } server.start Make sure to modify the DocumentRoot for your setup. See also this.


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Node has a simple, fast, light HTTP server module. To install: sudo npm install http-server -g (Assuming you have node and npm already installed.) To run it, using the current directory as the website root: http-server This creates a server on http://0.0.0.0:8080/.


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Actually.. I could manually add the entry when I get the entry correct. For all others having same problem (system always only booting into centos): to find out, on what partition Windows is actually installed (for me it is 0/sda1), run fdisk -l for me, it shows .... /dev/sda1 * 2048 718847 358400 7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT .... to find out partion UUID, run ...



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