John Summerfield wrote: > > Bill's justification's wrong, but the basic thesis is correct - if one's > going to install a server, dhcpd is one of the packages likely required. > I guess I just don't consider it a necessary package for most servers. After all, few people are going to install more then one DHCP server on their network. for home users, the one that is part of the firewall/router is probably going to provide everything they need, as well as being easier to configure. For a larger network, Fedora is probably not the best choice for a server that the rest of the network depends on. but that is just my personal opinion. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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