> > I don't see why games.linux.ie should be running servers for games
> > only windows clients.
>> By that logic, samba shouldn't exist, since it's only useful if you
> have windows-only clients 8)
That argument doesn't hold water... www.linux.ie (and games.linux.ie if it
becomes a reality) is a resource for Linux users, running (you've guessed
Also you're screwing up your contexts. You might have valid argument if
somebody had suggested setting up samba.linux.ie, to act as a smb server
FYI, I'm biased against games with Windows-only clients as I don't own a
copy of any Windows operating system, and haven't installed one at home
for quite a long time.
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