At a new $HOME

Finally everything (hopefully) has been moved — if you read this post, the DNS you use has been updated to the new IP.

Sorry it has taken a while, this type of configuration is fairly new to me and a little bit more complex than the previous one — including the upgrade of all the software I was using, and an operating system swap.
I hope this setup will be stable for a while: it carries some of the advantages you will always hope you’ll not be using but that will be extremely useful those few times (remote reboots anyone?).

Last but not least, I’d like to thank both the people who have been hosting my old machine (you know who you are) and those hosting the “new” one.

All these people have always been extremely kind and helpful even when they had no other particular reason than friendship.
I have a long list of beers that I owe them and I’m determined to pay down my debt :)

Author: zen

Geek of all trades, having fun with *NIX, the Internet and computer security since 1995.

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