On this general topic.... I always thought it would be cool to set up a
Linux server for people who want to learn, with ssh accounts... That
way it's not as likely to be a target for our hacking friends....
"Comerford, Wayne" wrote:
>> Hi Guy's
>> Sorry about the off topic.
> I'm presently running a COL2.3 server 24/7.
> In addition to it's current setup I would also like to set it up as a
> site for
> most Linux related area's. Setup free space Linux users.
>> I'm a big fan of Linux, probably not half as long as you Guru's. but my
> question is
> would if be off putting to use the .com for my site? Will Linux people
> Contribute information, utilities for downloading from my site.
> Basically I
> don't want to
> discourage users from my site.
> I just joined the world of Linux five months ago and I don't know what
> really want and don't want. I've just being getting on with what I want
> as a
> Linux user.
>> Eventually I'll be registering .ie and .org(when the bank chap gives me
> money;-). )
> and I'll be moving from a my employers 512k leased line to my own
> on a webfarm,
> and this is going to cost me money. Don't get me wrong, although
> is free to the users
> I still need to pay the bank back and I'll have to find ways of making
> money but
> my main aim is to provide the Linux world all the additional freedom
>> Your opinions / suggestions would be a great help. Even the telling me
> suggestions are welcome.
> Once again sorry about the off topic.
> Wayne C.
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