[talk] [membership at sdf.org: [SDF] Plan9 Boot Camp is BACK!]
_ at thomaslevine.com
Mon May 9 19:15:29 EDT 2016
Some people created new SDF accounts and found that the plan9 command to
give unexpected results. It seems like you need a higher level of
membership than a new unvalidated account in order to do that. I am at
Patron Lifetime Membership Level (ARPA), and that was apparently enough.
The bootcamp registration has apparently at capacity, but they'll
supposedly run another in September.
On 08 May 18:33, George Rosamond wrote:
> On 05/08/16 10:44, Pete Wright wrote:
> > On 05/ 6/16 07:35 AM, Thomas Levine wrote:
> >> This might interest some of you. To register,
> >> 1. If you don't have an SDF account, do this: http://sdf.org/?signup
> >> 2. Follow the directions below.
> > hey that's great - i've been using my sdf account for years now
> > (decades? yikes) but missed this announcement.
> SDF never gets the deserved credit. So many free shell services come
> and go.
> > imho - a service like SDF, or any shell service that you don't manage
> > yourself, is a key tool for any sysadmin as it gives you another vector
> > to test/troubleshoot network connectivity, externally facing services etc.
> Agree strongly.
> I think it's particularly vital as the 'second site' for small shops,
> and it can scale easily for larger shops.
> If the provider is reliable, then it's useful for remote monitoring, etc.
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