[Linux-aus] [plug-ctte] [Fwd: Server to donate to another LUG - DarLUG is no more.]
ahornby at darlug.org
Fri Jun 29 03:52:20 UTC 2007
I still have it - waiting for the LA committee to let me know who should get it.
As it was mostly bought with LA money (grant) I think this is the best and most appropriate way to dispose of it.
It won't be available until after the 1st September as the last few users have to have time to move their stuff.
So lobby the committee with your need and you may be the one to get it - good luck.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Patrick Coleman" <pcoleman at iinet.net.au>
To: ahornby at darlug.org
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 12:21:31 AM (GMT+0930) Australia/Darwin
Subject: Re: [plug-ctte] [Fwd: [Linux-aus] Server to donate to another LUG - DarLUG is no more.]
One of the PLUG members fired your post across to us, and as we've been having some issues with our
current server (1GHz VIA EPIA board; it does work :) crashing randomly I thought I would see if you
still had the server available. If so, we would be very interested.
Perth Linux Users Group
> Hello Committee
> Not sure if you saw this on the LA list today. I'd say, given the occasional
> halts of the PLUG server, it may be a good idea to ask if it can be provided
> to PLUG.
> All the best
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [Linux-aus] Server to donate to another LUG - DarLUG is no more.
> Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 10:12:26 +0930 (CST)
> From: Anthony Hornby <ahornby at darlug.org>
> Reply-To: Anthony Hornby <ahornby at darlug.org>
> To: linux-aus <linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au>
> Hi All,
> DarLUG (Darwin Linux Users Group) is no more.
> Everyone got too busy and I dont have the time to maintain the server anymore.
> Most of the server was funded by a Linux Australia grant a few years ago and
> to do the right thing I'd like to offer to donate it to another LUG who can
> use it.
> The server is being shut down on the 1st September 2007 - so will be available
> after that date.
> Perhaps the committee should decide who gets it - thoughts???
> Note: I'll continue to mirror open source software locally for CDU students
> and staff and the local community on one of my corporate servers ;-)
> The server is a HP proliant ML-110 with 3 GHz P4 processor and 2GB ECC RAM,
> Hot-Swap SATA backplane, crappy promise "fake" raid controller and one 250GB
> SATA drive. Will be shipped wiped clean for a fresh start.
> I'll pay for postage to wherever it might end up (in Australia that is ...)
> Regards Anthony.
Mr Anthony Hornby
Associate Director, Resources and Technology
Library and Information Access
Charles Darwin University (CRICOS 300K)
Phone: +61 8 8946 6011
Email: anthony.hornby at cdu.edu.au.no-spam(remove the .no-spam)
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