From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Wed 23 Mar 2005 - 09:14:54 GMT
On Wed, Mar 23, 2005 at 09:38:44AM +0100, Dennis Paulisch wrote:
> I live in Germany, too. Its not really expensive.
> We got a a DSL Connection from several providers with a flatrate for
> something about 70 Euros per Month. With this he could have a 2mbit
> connection *G*
yep, of course, where it is _available_ and it seems, that
it is not where Enrico is located ... maybe other options
(like cable or wireless) are possible there, if anybody
knows, please let us know too ...
> greetz from
> Dennis Paulisch
> Herbert Poetzl
> r.at> An
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> [Vserver] util-vserver (becoming
> 22.03.2005 17:59 stable ?)
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> Hi Community!
> the util-vserver tools (which started as a rewrite
> of the existing tools jacques provided) did see a
> lot of innovative changes and overall improvements
> in the last year (or a little longer) and we all
> know that the tools are very important for usability
> and acceptance of Linux-VServer ...
> now we are trying to focus on stabilizing tools and
> kernel (for 2.6) to such degree, that we might be
> able to get a stable release in a few months ...
> you probably remember the guy doing all that work
> (on util-vserver) Enrico Scholz, who managed to still
> maintain those tools while working on his studies ...
> now (or to be precise, a forthnight ago) he finished
> his diploma thesis ... -- Congratulations Enrico!
> but unfortunately this means that he will leave the
> university campus, which in turn means that he will
> lose his internet conenctivity (actually pretty soon,
> i.e. next wednesday), which again means, that he will
> not be able to work on that stuff, if we do not find
> a suitable solution to get him network access ...
> it seems that for now (please correct me if you know
> more than we do) some kind of dial-up (probably ISDN)
> is the only way for him ... and as he is living in
> germany, I thought maybe some cool provider could
> help him there, because ISDN (not speaking of 24/7)
> is really not cheap in europe ...
> so I'd like to ask on his behalf: is sombody able to
> sponsor/provide/arrange/whatever internet connectivity
> for Enrico (D-09432 Grossolbersdorf) so that he can
> continue his work on util-vserver and allow him to
> work with the community?
> please let us know!
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