Hard target (Was: [Pigdog] Re: [CrackMonkey] Re: Camp Linux (Was:
George J.P. Perry
geoperry at iww.org
Fri Jul 28 17:21:56 PDT 2000
On Mon, 24 Jul 2000, Joey Hess wrote:
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 14:06:30 -0700
> From: Joey Hess <joey at kitenet.net>
> Reply-To: pigdog-l at bearfountain.com
> To: Character References <pigdog-l at bearfountain.com>,
> Schmoken Sie Crack? <crackmonkey at crackmonkey.org>
> Subject: [Pigdog] Re: [CrackMonkey] Re: Camp Linux (Was: Article idea?)
> Monkey Master wrote:
> > > Nick, M$ finally drove Albert Mitchell <amresearch.com> -- one of my
> > > friends/colleagues @svfig -- around the bend & down the road to the
> > > Promised Land. He scored the latest suse & three (3) new boxes.
> > > We're gonna' put linux on 'em, get 'em talkin' to each other, and
> > > then configure a server & two (2) clients, putting the store on the
> > > server, and a firewall between it and the development machines...
> > > the more I read, we'll probably configure them during
> > > installation... when we' think we're done, we'll invite folks to
> > > shoot at it, and then check it for holes. More when I learn more.
> > I would not advise using SuSE for anything other than a newbie
> > desktop system. For servers, I'd use Debian or one of the BSDs.
> I thought these boxes were for target practice? SUSE seems appropriate.
> see shy jo
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