WWW server at puma.uio.no
This is Jon Wikne's PC, puma.uio.no,
a custom-made machine with two 2.8GHz Intel Xeon dual core CPUs, Asus PP-DLW CPU board,
5GB RAM, total 2.8TB disk (IDE and SATA), Tekram DC-395UW SCSI-controller,
Teac CD-W512S SCSI CD-Recorder,
NEC ND-3500A IDE DVD-RW (dual layer), Gainward GeForce FX5900XT 128MB
CPU board integrated sound (AD1185 chip) and 1000Mb/s network (Intel
82540EM chip), currently running CERN Scientific Linux SLC 5.7, with
custom kernel 220.127.116.11-SMP.
For public Web content, there really isn't much on this server. What is, is more or less
outdated stuff, but might still be useful in some contexts:
- A clone of my page on
- Access to a directory
serving as example of how to set
up NCSA httpd 1.5
on a pre 1.3.17
- This computer itself is
now running Apache httpd 2.2.24.
Nowadays, almost everyone not stuck with running the disastrous IIS "product"
from M$ seem to be using Apache.
However, the original reason for abandoning NCSA was that the people there claimed that later Linux versions are
with respect to file descriptor passing, and refused to
support them. (What the status on that is now I don't know.)
- I also successfully compiled and used
CERN httpd 3.0A
on this box for a while.
- Setup files and binaries for both Apache httpd and CERN httpd 3.0A
can be accessed from server root.
- Another directory serving as example
of how to set
up Count 2.2
on a Linux
system is also available.
- A simple FAQ on
of directories accessed through httpd.
- Some files related to running the
screen driver from XF86 version 3.3.5 on laptops in the Toshiba
40xx series. Some stuff concerning the
Maestro 2E sound chip
and the Lucent "Winmodem" chip on these machines is available too.
That's all, folks. Those who came here for .mp3 files, pornography, warez
and such, need not bother to look. There is no anonymous FTP, no
NNTP-server, no relaying sendmail, no IRC. Those who hoped to nail me for
providing things like that (oh yes, they have been around....) will be
Last update 14-03-2013