> > Probably only interesting for the people speaking German - I and Roman
> > Hodek are just writing an article about all the Linux ports. I use
> > the chance to draw attention to all the Linux ports and will provide
> > as much information about them as I can (Hey David - got my mail?).
> > I'll of course mention SNI and hope that we'll manage to attract more
> > people and probably even companies to Linux ports. The article will
> > be several pages long and be printed in the January issue of iX.
> > For those who don't know the iX - it's the probably biggest UNIX oriented
> > magazine in Germany. A well regarded magazine with a remarkably high
> > standard. Luckily it's makers are mostly Linux fans as you easily
> > see by the fact that iX sponsored Drew's development of the 53c7,8xx.c
> > driver.
> And you complain about SNI's support being of interest in germany only?
> Please, don't let us go into this endless loop again.
This is not what I said. I said the article which is written in German
language - will probably only be of interest for people in Germany. OK,
maybe Switzerland and Austria, but about all.
> That might all be true. However, my boxes work fine even with a.out
> and with uptimes of 30,32 and 39 days. Note that two of them are
> only 30 and 32 days old, and that the other box got a second harddisk
> 39 days ago. All of them act as servers with a sum of about 700 to 1000
> Megs IP traffic per month, and I don't see any reason to upgrade.
> Maybe with the next box, coming this week.
Seems none of them uses Scotty's old root disk ...