Sutekh

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! FQDN             
! FQDN             
| sutekh.progsoc.uts.edu.au  
| sutekh.progsoc.uts.edu.au  
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| rowspan="16"|[[Image:sutekh.jpg]]
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| rowspan="16"|[[Image:sutekh.jpg|200px|]]
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!IPv4             
!IPv4             
| 138.25.6.14
| 138.25.6.14
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!IPv6
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|3ffe:8000:ffff:100c::101/128
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!Make & Model
!Make & Model
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!CPUs             
!CPUs             
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| Cyrix 333MHz, clocked at 292MHz
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| Cyrix Socket 7 333MHz, clocked at 262MHz
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|-
!RAM               
!RAM               
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| 128MB
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| 64MB
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!Disks             
!Disks             
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| 9GB, 40GB
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| 2GB on root, 2x 1.2GB for users
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|-
!Net Interface     
!Net Interface     
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| 10Base2 (10BaseT disabled)
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!OS               
!OS               
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| Debian 3.0rc1 - Linux Kernel 2.4.x
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| Linux 2.2.15-pre13 (Debian)
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!Desktop Access   
!Desktop Access   
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!Age               
!Age               
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| May 1999
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!Value (purchase)  
!Value (purchase)  
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| Disks + enclosure donated from UTS Engineering<br>Mobo + CPU $???
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!Value (today)     
!Value (today)     
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| Inverse of Moore's Law
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!Godfather         
!Godfather         
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| Telford
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!User Access       
!User Access       
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| Yes
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| yes (passwords on one-day delay)
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!Misc             
!Misc             
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Last in service mid 2004
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This machine is a popular experimental server for IPv6 and a different way to handle account passwords
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Revision as of 12:21, 10 June 2006

Overview

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FQDN sutekh.progsoc.uts.edu.au Sutekh.jpg
IPv4 138.25.6.14
IPv6 3ffe:8000:ffff:100c::101/128
Make & Model Yum Cha Special
Enclosure Beige Tower
CPUs Cyrix Socket 7 333MHz, clocked at 262MHz
RAM 64MB
Disks 2GB on root, 2x 1.2GB for users
Net Interface 10Base2 (10BaseT disabled)
OS Linux 2.2.15-pre13 (Debian)
Desktop Access No
Age May 1999
Value (purchase) Disks + enclosure donated from UTS Engineering
Mobo + CPU $???
Value (today) Inverse of Moore's Law
Godfather Telford
User Access yes (passwords on one-day delay)
Misc This machine is a popular experimental server for IPv6 and a different way to handle account passwords
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