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I know this is not the best time for a joke, but it appears the hosting
vendor didn't even ask if you preferred Phillips or slotted. Just on a
lark, is the server with the ancient Fedora in possession of hot swappable
drives? If so there may be a path you can use by just getting someone to
swap the disk drives, assuming physical access to the server for you is
Of course you would have to be careful to have all the routing set up
correctly, but it may be a way out, no?
On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 5:05 PM, Frank Cox <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 16:38:43 -0400
> Dante Conti wrote:
> > I know that Fedora 6 is very old (and
> > no longer supported), but -- amazingly -- this is what the hosting
> > provider just installed on the server.
> I know how you feel. I just upgraded my movie theatre to digital cinema
> 35mm film and the cinema server (the gadget that you load the movie into)
> on Fedora Core 5. The literature said that it was "linux-based" but you
> imagine my surprise when I first saw it booting up and it said "Fedora Core
> Oh well. It works well so far and it's not hooked up to any outside
> network so
> what it runs on is pretty much irrelevant as long as it does the job.
> MELVILLE THEATRE ~ Real D 3D Digital Cinema ~ www.melvilletheatre.com
> www.creekfm.com - FIFTY THOUSAND WATTS of POW WOW POWER!
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