if you're new to the team and haven't heard about the freebsd server
that we maintain for ~team users.
it's somewhat barebones, but has web- and mailservers that are up and
running, ready to serve php and static files from ~/public_html.
this is the process that i use to migrate user accounts:
~/.ssh/authorized_keys is copied over from tilde.team proper, meaning
you can ssh to bsd.tilde.team with the same keys that you use here.
there's also an inspircd node running there for the tilde.chat network,
so you can connect to localhost/6667 there as well.
i plan on using this list as a place to post updates and other info.
holler here if you need anything or have any package requests etc.
good day everyone,
don't know if people do this, but i think it's ok to do :-)
i just wanted to take the opportunity and say hello and to
introduce myself to everyone on this mailing list. it's the first
time for me on a pubnix server in the wild and because all of
this is about learning, reading, sharing and more i would like
to intruduce my self.
i have a strong background on java programming and i know
quite some stuff about bash and powershell scripting.
also python is not so bad, but i am better in reading code
than in writing. i also have background about html and css
and in setting up blog systems. worked also part time as
a solaris admin and know my way around a *nix system. i have
not much experience with all the fancy tools that are out there
and especially on this server. but i am here to learn.
thank you for providing this platform. i hope to increase
my knowledge about linux, the tools and to (maybe) find
some new "friends" to share some passion for things on the net.