gohu at rocketmail.com
Wed Jun 9 07:18:40 UTC 1999
---Edward P Luwish <eluwish at uswest.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure even what to call this thing.
> I would like to have my own Swiki, but my network (and all potential
> candidates for a server) only has dialup access to the internet.
While you are looking for that ISP I can give you a time limited offer
just because you are a fellow squeaker(!):
1. An account on our Linux machine where you can run your own Swiki.
We are already running two Swikis there so I have all the
"installation" hassles figured out.
2. VNC access and SSH access to your account. SSH gives you a secure
"telnet" and VNC actually gives you a remote X desktop! We could of
course run the Swikis headless but sofar I haven't bothered to - it is
quite nice to be able to control the Squeak environment remotely and
to be able to tweak the code while it is running! :-)
3. Let's say up to 50Mb space. We have a couple of gigs available
so... No problemas.
4. Let's say 2 months? As long as your account does'nt hog the machine
or anything... :-)
And when you find another home it is quite easy to just tar it up and
move it somewhere else!
This server (126.96.36.199) is located in Sweden (but sitting on a FAT
connection) so you would perhaps want to check your bandwidth - I
pinged www.luwish.com from the server and it said around 200ms (not
too shabby I think, I have around almost the same from my work) -
email me if you are interested.
PS. This offer is of course also available to other responsible fellow
Squeakers as long as it is WELL UNDERSTOOD that it is a
"no-guarantee-thingy"! The server is a "private" server that our small
company use and we are not an ISP. And we can only host Z number of
people where Z probably is a small prime number below 5 or
something... :-) DS
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