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Re: Organizing for 6.2

On Sun, Feb 13, 2000 at 11:35:49PM +0100, JF Martinez wrote:
> If we skip 6.1 (but this seems general consensus) then we have a
> problem because both RG Mayhue and me are band width starved so we
> would need respectively an american and a european user providing a CD
> Rom in order we can see the future 6.2 in action and check our work
> against it.

I can provide you root on a redhat 6.0 machine:
Filesystem           1k-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda1              1190014    658597    469931  58% /
/dev/hda4              1006854      2789    952053   0% /extra
/dev/hda3               694727      9335    649508   1% /home

             total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
Mem:        128068     124564       3504      24308      58124      48180
-/+ buffers/cache:      18260     109808
Swap:       104828          0     104828

It's shire.seul.org, and it's a K6/200 running 2.2.15 kernel.

I'm using it as my firewall/gateway machine for my home network, so loss of
service is not cool (there are four relatively active machines behind it).
But as long as it continues to masquerade for the machines behind it, you
(and a couple of people you trust) are welcome to change libraries, upgrade,
install, whatever.

Would this be useful?
It's got a cable modem connection (relatively good bandwidth).