You obviously haven't tried setting up a mail server. I'd rather get jailed than touch email again. 3 weeks of my life, wasted... I never want to hear sendmail again.
As a proud xylitol-chewing Finn, this would really help.
Do you happen to know about Virtuozzo containers? The VPS I rent from Germany runs on OpenVZ.
Free SIP calling between friends? That's basically what my thread was about.
I don't think that'll be a problem, I live in Finland and we actually still have rights here as far as telecommunications goes. Nothing is filtered except for the website blocklist that the police forces ISPs to block childporn on a DNS level. I have yet to see anything get blocked through my 3G, I've downloaded lots of Linux LiveCDs through P2P networks through 3G.
This is extremely off-topic, but this is a good place to ask this question. Could I host Asterisk on my VPS and then call other people through Asterisk with my Nokia phone that supports SIP (both through WiFi and 3G/3.5G). Basically, SIP-call to my friend's SIP-supporting phone who's connected to my Asterisk, from my SIP-supporting phone that's connected to the same Asterisk. Figure it would basically be free calling since we all have unlimited 3G plans.
I believe he was smoking rotten apples and broken windows.
The fuel lines?
I need to remove the LEDs from old computers I'm using as servers.
News news, electronics don't like heat, news at eleven. Just another slashvertisement.
Nothing, I would assume. So if you don't want to be "tracked", just remove it.
6.0.408.1 dev is for real men.
It just makes my screens shit brown no matter what time of the day it is.
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