Tags: cdrecord

06/20/09

  09:52:00 pm, by The Dreamer   , 173 words  
Categories: Computer, Networking, Ubuntu

Calling 'box' done for now....

I'm can't think any more....don't know what's missing that I didn't intend to leave off.

Sure there's stuff that I wouldn't mind having back, and stuff that isn't readily available for the distro I'm using...namely no mondorescue for 9.04 yet. I also couldn't get DHCP peering to work, evidently the rule that both servers be the same version is important. They would start up fine, but once they talk to each other....the second is over. Perhaps I'll sync the servers when the next LTS comes out.

But, I did get ddclient moved (or rather I moved my configs to the version with ubuntu)...and I updated the ip configs to be like my other strange linux boxes.

I suppose I'll slowly comb through the old 'box' HD and figure out the various strange and twisted thigns I've been doing on there. Such as discovering the strangeness of how I've been doing my IVS Status updates.

I suppose one last item would be to make sure I can burn cds with the burner I moved over....

Now instead of subjecting some poor random forum to a long rambling thought, I will try to consolidate those things into this blog where they can be more easily ignored profess to be collected thoughts from my mind.

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