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hi, i really liked your idea of using trac. now here is my situation. i am basically a single programmer. i dont have any employees (as of yet). but i have a server, on which i will install trac. is that the right thing to do? but will it handle only a single project or multiple projects? on my computer i have apache group\apache\cgi-bin and some projects in apache group\apache\modperl where i store some of my cgi scripts for different projects. now how to use trac? is there a guide/tutorial of trac for newbies? if you could show me some screenshots of your trac page like how it is organised and stuff then i can get a good idea on how to use it properly. i have been programming for quite some time now. but now i want to stream line my operations a bit more. so that i can keep track as well as analyse my data later. what about keep track of emails and payments made? which software to use for that? thank you for all your help.

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