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The Fedora Legacy Project

09/07/05

  04:33:23 pm, by The Dreamer   , 864 words  
Categories: Software, Computer

The Fedora Legacy Project

Link: http://www.fedoralegacy.org/

Meanwhile, my main Linux server at home is also a RHL 7.2 box. In part to have the same kind of system at home as I'm supporting at work. But, now because it would be too much hassle to make major changes to it. In fact that is the biggest obstacle to adding more disk space to it. It kind of cripples my home network, when I take it down. Though not so much now that I moved DNS, NTP and DHCP to another box.

Though I crippled things when I upgraded that box from SuSE 8.2 to SuSE 9.3, and the only reason I did that was so I could play with mono...though I have a W2K machine that is mainly for my .Net use, some people out there were having issues running the Mono built version...which was out of date compared to the Windows version. So, I mucked around and get the latest code working on Mono...at least it works on the two machines I ran it on...but they still report that it isn't working for them....which makes me think maybe it's a PEBKAC situation. But, at least they now have something built on the latest source, and I reorganized things so other people can play around with the code....IMHO, easier. Plus it fixed a small bug, though it didn't exist when on .NET, but maybe it's why people upgrading to 2.0 of the framework are reporting issues....I wonder if somebody'll try it now.

Though, at one time mono listed SuSE 8.2 as a supported OS level, and that was one of the considerations that went into why I used 8.2 for this box. But, the current version wants 9+, and I couldn't get it work...and can't get YaST Online Updates for this version anymore. Though my SuSE 8.2 workstation at work had the needed version of glibc to get mono to work, guess I updated the work machine more recent that my home machine and just in time. I don't think I'll upgrade my work machine....since my days are numbered.

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