recommendations for laptop and desktop

Julian H. Stacey jhs at
Wed Jul 13 20:51:44 UTC 2011

> I agree that a wiki would be ideal, but it would require active management.
> That's the real issue.
> It's also the reason would not be practical. I might be
> able to admin such a wiki, but I have no place to put it.  But I'm retired,
> so I should have time.
> R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer
> Retired
> kob6558 at

You have time but no space ?  I have space but no time. So if you want,
I could install a wiki & turn it over to you to run.
	I just set up DNS for http://wiki.berklix,org/laptops/
		to a static web page till I put up a wiki
	Next I need to decide which wiki stuff from ports to install.
	Suggestions welcome.

However, maybe the team at just
needs a bit of help upgrading their form & weeding / ordering their
database ?  ie start by adding 7.[34] 8.[0-2]  etc to form You could
ask them. BTW Axel Gruner on foot of that page by chance is in same
town as me, you could contact him & ask.

Alternatively there is
You could see if they'll give you space there.
I seem to recall it's for developers though, no docu.
so might be difficult to get access. Up to you.

Julian Stacey, BSD Unix Linux C Sys Eng Consultants Munich
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