March 24, 2005

Server Done, moving onto other two comps

     So, I set up the big server machine with Fedora Core 3 (which, as previously explained, was a pain in the ass), and got it configured to accept incomming SSH. I'm working on getting it to properly inform no-ip of its ip address, but I'm satisfied with the current stage of working order. During this whole process I actually learned something pretty interesting about the security of linux: To prevent people from producing root equivilent users, you cannot use the "useradd" function while under su, you have to be root. This also applies to things like the ifconfig command. It's a really clever feature, but it can be a bit of a nusience... In light of the fact that I'm still exaughsted from general just existing through this week, you get a song and a heartening article about the general agreement of the public that environmental laws are necessary and that we're willing to pay some extra taxes to do it.
Warning! Very High quality scan! Big file!
Green in gridlock?

And due to the fact that I really haven't been posting too much this week, here a song to make you all smile:

And yes, the line is: "You put the lime in the coconut" Don't believe the coke commercial! It is NOT "You put the lime in the coke you nut."

Posted by Kickmyassman at March 24, 2005 10:58 PM

Thanks for posting that song. It's fuggin' awesome.

Posted by: Sam at March 24, 2005 11:11 PM

That song sounds familliar, who sings it?

And its in a coke commercial?

Posted by: Brian at March 25, 2005 10:07 PM

It's by Harry Nilsson, and yes, they edited the line so that it was "you put the lime in the coke, you nut" not "you put the lime in the coconut"

Posted by: kit at March 25, 2005 11:26 PM
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