activities. activities

1) In the GNU/Linux services description, do we find we are missing any functionality? What other type of services would we add?

2) In the second case study of the tutorial (the one of the organisation), how would you change the IT infrastructure if you had zero budget, an average budget, or a high budget? Present some alternative solutions to the ones shown.

3) Virtualisation technologies like VMware Workstation or VirtualBox, virtual machine through software, which can install operating systems on a virtual PC. You can obtain the software from www.vmware.com or www.virtualbox.org. Test (in the case of having a Windows license) installing it on Windows, and then on GNU/Linux on the virtual PC (or the other way around). What advantages does this method for sharing operating systems offer? What problems does it cause?

4) If we have two machines for installing a Samba server, we can test the server installation or configuration in configurations of Samba UNIX client-Windows server, or Windows client-Samba server in GNU/Linux. You can test it on a single machine using the same machine as a Samba server and client.