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Server back up

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 17:28, 3/9/2002 | ,
 
Hi folks, Rich here coming at you live from the Redbus facility in the Isle of Dogs. Sorry about the recent downtime, one of the sysadmins at the ISP decided that Knox (aka Neo3) was in the wrong place, moved it, and didn't check that it had properly restarted. This at least means I've been to see where Knox lives, and have some photos to post later.

This was almost sent via a Palm V and infra-red link to a mobile phone, and spent about seven minutes getting logged in to the site and the staff area, until Andy pointed out that we have a 10Mb connection and a laptop here. Doh! I still think the other way would have been more geek-cred.
 

  Server back up
  andypoole (17:44 3/9/2002)
  moss (18:08 3/9/2002)
    ad (18:25 3/9/2002)
      danielbarron (23:52 3/9/2002)
        rich (07:18 4/9/2002)
          ad (16:19 30/10/2005)
 
Andrew Poole Message #91258, posted by andypoole at 17:44, 3/9/2002
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Tsk.
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John Hoare Message #91259, posted by moss at 18:08, 3/9/2002, in reply to message #91258

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Twattish sysadmin.
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Andrew Duffell Message #91260, posted by ad at 18:25, 3/9/2002, in reply to message #91259

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Daniel Barron Message #91261, posted by danielbarron at 23:52, 3/9/2002, in reply to message #91260
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Take two electronic devices into the Internet?
Not me - I just use 9210 and go.
Seriously though - having seperate devices for mail,
organisation, phone, etc is bad. You want to get an integrated device.
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Richard Goodwin Message #91262, posted by rich at 07:18, 4/9/2002, in reply to message #91261
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The 'phone is an Ericsson R380 smart phone, so it is integrated. However, it doesn't have the AvantGo HTML browser.
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Andrew Duffell Message #91263, posted by ad at 16:19, 30/10/2005, in reply to message #91262

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