Brad Fitzpatrick (bradfitz) wrote in lj_dev,
Brad Fitzpatrick
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Nevermind

I'm just going to keep Mandrake on here..... it's not worth the effort trying to get anything else on it. I don't have time. Then I'd only have a billion problems getting the raid setup correctly. And I'd never be able to bug ASL's tech support, either.

nmap localhost .... heh: 15 ports listening. Time to clean this machine up.

2 new webservers from ASL are supposed to be coming today or tomorrow... those are easy to setup though... single IDE disks. Nothing tricky.

Update: started cleaning the mandrake system... "rpm -e XFree86". removing these packages would break dependencies. Yeah, great, just do it. Is there a --follow or --recurse option for rpm? Grrrrrrrrrrr.
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