[volunteers] SVLUG ISO Repository

mark weisler mark at weisler-saratoga-ca.us
Fri Feb 16 14:06:34 PST 2007

On Friday 16 February 2007 13:28, Chris Miller wrote:
> Hello,
> I've moved into my outsourced hosting place enough to have had time to
> set up some stuff.  I know that some people wanted a server from which
> to provide access to iso images of popular linux distributions.
> I created such a location on my website (http://svlug.fsdev.net/) that
> you can throw files on.  It also has full PHP support (version 5),
> apache (config via
> .htaccess/.htpasswd), CGI support, etc*
> You can access it with the following ssh login (also works for ftp,
> but ssh would be better since you could use wget to avoid having to
> download from distro's mirror to your box to server, and rather just
> from distro mirror to server).
> usr: svlug
> pass: 5|/7u9
> ssh: $ ssh svlug at svlug.fsdev.net
> I put a cap of 30Gb on the directory ('cuz I don't want my clever
> little 1337 password to let some script-kiddie have his own little
> file-farm for a week or so until I get a message from DreamHost that I
> owe them a billion dollars for going over my storage limit).
> I have 2TB of monthly data transfer, so I don't think you'll be able
> to cause a problem with my bandwidth limit.
> * Could be interesting.  Could make a CGI/PHP script to wget the
> latest isos automatically or something.  You've got the whole
> subdomain to yourself, so I don't really care what goes on so long as
> I don't get anyone from the NSA knocking on my door : )c
Thank you very much for your offer. We'll discuss it and get back to you. I 
think Paul will be out for a few days so it will probably be next week before 
you hear from him.

Mark Weisler
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