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Old 01-06-2011, 06:27 AM   #61
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Seems to be down today? Thursday 25 Feb 2010
down again???
 
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:54 AM   #62
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Several hours now. But it worked early this Thursday and then poof. Hope it is not something that last for too long. But we can talk Puppy here in LQ too.

Murga Puppy Linux Forum is back online now.

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Old 06-03-2011, 06:38 PM   #63
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just went through this thread and they might change their name to the yoyo group

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Old 11-22-2011, 08:18 AM   #64
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just went through this thread and they might change their name to the yoyo group
I dont actually know anything about the yoyo group , perhaps
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Nationwide we are best known for our buffet restaurants – ‘May Sum Buffets’ and ‘Yo Yo in Beijing’.
http://yoyogroup.com/about-us/


BUT :
echo $LANG
fr_FR@euro
TODAY : mar nov 22 15:16:34 GMT+1 2011

murga-linux.com seems to be down since perhaps 2 or 3 hours .
 
Old 11-22-2011, 08:47 AM   #65
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Thanks Karl, no reason to change name at all.
Maybe that guy was talking about his own take on things.

Sad that them are down. Wonder what can have happen.
 
Old 11-22-2011, 09:22 AM   #66
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maybe the kool aid mixer broke

i must be blind, or maybe dreaming.. could have swore i saw 5 pages of

working, not working

there is stability, then there is

yo yo, up, down.....

hey noob, everyone has a 'take', you and your pals though just like to repeat your kool aid enhanced mantra, regardless of facts sayin otherwise, including 'takes' from waay bigger fish, compared to you, or me

gee ..go figure,

and kids usually learn, best not to have all your eggs in one basket, cos guess what.. oopsy

my take? the forum and the players are a joke, if not a disgrace, looks like johny dredd, and Co, are quite clueless also, about other fundamentals like..

watch what you ask for,

but heh, just my 'take'

and fyi noob, everyone has one

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Old 11-22-2011, 12:02 PM   #67
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Red face cry me a river

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Thanks Karl, no reason to change name at all.
Maybe that guy was talking about his own take on things.

Sad that them are down. Wonder what can have happen.
 
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Old 11-22-2011, 04:43 PM   #68
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The last few times I tried to access the mugra-linux forum, I did not get a message of not finding murga-linux.com/puppy.
I instead got a message of not being able to find the server.
That to me means all web sites on that server are currently not accessible.

As to why the server is down, your guess is as good as mine.

Power failure?
Server crash?
Server maintenance?

Government intervention?

Just a few I can think of.
 
Old 11-22-2011, 06:58 PM   #69
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The Puppy Linux Forum is usually very reliable.

I have heard that it has been attacked several times, presumably by script-kiddies without lives, perhaps this is just a sustained denial-of-service overload attack?

Since Puppy Linux is used by so many people in so many different parts of the world for so many different things it is sad when a fine support system like the Forum is down for even an hour.

Hopefully they will sort the problem and get it restored quickly, with better firewalls and better filters, and if they find the culprit(s) they will be prosecuted for their vandalism.

Meanwhile, perhaps a couple of mirrors on different server sites in different locations might help with up-time?
 
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Old 11-22-2011, 07:59 PM   #70
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The Puppy Linux Forum is usually very reliable.

I have heard that it has been attacked several times, presumably by script-kiddies without lives, perhaps this is just a sustained denial-of-service overload attack?

Since Puppy Linux is used by so many people in so many different parts of the world for so many different things it is sad when a fine support system like the Forum is down for even an hour.

Hopefully they will sort the problem and get it restored quickly, with better firewalls and better filters, and if they find the culprit(s) they will be prosecuted for their vandalism.

Meanwhile, perhaps a couple of mirrors on different server sites in different locations might help with up-time?
Right on the money...one of my favorite things about Puppy, usually works great, so is a drag when it is down, even a little
 
Old 11-22-2011, 08:47 PM   #71
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Nameserver trace for www.murga-linux.com:

Looking for who is responsible for root zone and followed e.root-servers.net.
Looking for who is responsible for com and followed i.gtld-servers.net.
Looking for who is responsible for murga-linux.com and followed ns2.murga-linux.com.

Nameservers for www.murga-linux.com:

ns2.murga-linux.com returned (SERVFAIL)
ns3.murga-linux.com returned (SERVFAIL)
Found this while poking around for information. Tends to support 8-bit's suspicions.

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Old 11-22-2011, 09:11 PM   #72
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The Puppy Linux Forum is usually very reliable.

I have heard that it has been attacked several times, presumably by script-kiddies without lives, perhaps this is just a sustained denial-of-service overload attack?
yea, that's the johny story tellin kool aid mantra and i have heard of tooth fairies

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Since Puppy Linux is used by so many people in so many different parts of the world for so many different things it is sad when a fine support system like the Forum is down for even an hour.
yup, that kool aid is good stuff

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Hopefully they will sort the problem and get it restored quickly, with better firewalls and better filters, and if they find the culprit(s) they will be prosecuted for their vandalism.
................more fantasies, swallowed whole by the faithful

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Meanwhile, perhaps a couple of mirrors on different server sites in different locations might help with up-time?
some of you folks come across like dopers who are missin a fix, and btw, your johny has been a dismal failure in trusting anyone, deal with it cos you know you like it

here's the deal and for those still in reality, when you have all your eggs in one basket, it can all go poof at any time, for whatever reason, so sad, too bad

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Old 11-22-2011, 09:25 PM   #73
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Power failure?
Server crash?
Server maintenance?

Government intervention?

Just a few I can think of.
yea, good bet the cia, among other interested parties, prob the drones are on it

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Old 11-23-2011, 02:09 AM   #74
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As we all know the Murga forum is very reliable, comprehensive and well used by 1000's of Puppy users over the years, meaning we have little need to develop or promote others such as this excellent, if little used back up. Occasionally the Murga forum goes down and if John is away from a computer, (he travels), it may not be possible to reboot or maintain the servers.

During such times. Coders code and developers test, Puppys users use the OS and so on.

. . . a good opportunity to visit the wiki
http://puppylinux.org/wikka/HomePage

Barrys page
http://bkhome.org/blog/

Click on Chat for IRC

or why not use Puppy phone - available in all our latest
Puppys?

Thanks to everyone supporting and using Puppy.
Whilst here why not try another Linux. We don't mind.
. . . Fun is possible at all times . . .
 
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Old 11-23-2011, 03:22 AM   #75
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if a server is down 24 hours then it can indicate a major power failure in that area.
Or the server hardware malfunctioning which tells me that them have no back up servers.

I wish John or Flash or Beem would tell us here in LQ when them expect it to work again.

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