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Lets Start Off With The Server Wall.

Top Server, DNS

AMD K6-2 450Mhz

368+/- Ram

10Gig HD

Running RedHat 9


Linksys WirelessB Router, Linksys Hub, Cable Modem

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Next Up, Rage. My Little Shell Server

Intel Cel. 2.4Ghz

512MB Ram

250Gig's H/D

Running RedHat 9


And Keyboard And Mouse "When Needed"

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And Another Shell Server. GForce


Intel P4 HT 2.4Ghz

512MB Ram

Dual 80Gig H/D's


Running FreeBSD 5.2

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Good Old Personal Ftp File Storage Server

Intel Cel 600Mhz

368MB Ram

30Gigs H/D

Running RedHat 9


My APC 1500 XS With The Extra Battery Pack "A Must!"

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My Personal Work Station


Labtop "HackTop"

Intel P-II 300Mhz

64MB Ram 10Gig HD

Running NetBSD 1.6.2


My Personal PC

AMD 64Bit 3400+

1Gig Ram

200Gig's H/D


Running Windows XP Home / FC2 / Windows XP Pro 64Bit

Well, Their You Have It. :)

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Sigh.... Heres An Updated But Old Picture Of That Setup....

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I'm glad we have something called virtualization these days. Saves alot of space :)But great setup anyways!