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Distribution: looking at VectorLinux 6.0 Light, PCLinuxOS phoenix
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..
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.
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.
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.