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Dork Posting
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Dork Posting

I’m switching my home server from Red Hat to Debian in hopes that some of the OpenGL stuff I’m trying to compile for my art and machine experiments goes smoother.

I use my server to do rsync’s from my office machine (so I can back up files, have access to all my repository from whereever I’m working, etc), I also have an SMTP server (running on a custom port, thank you) so that I don’t get annoyed with “relaying denied.”

Debian install is at least an order of magnitude more difficult than Red Hat.

Wish me luck.

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