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    gordonf
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    I did a major infrastructure upgrade last month that allowed room for a spare virtual machine to run a Wiki server. After learning how to deal with spamdexing and click fraud bots, I think it’s open for business finally.

    Please request a user account and consider supplying documentation for Zeroshell there. Because of the aforementioned abuse, you’ll need to send a private forum message to a Wiki admin for an account. Forum users fulvio, ptaylor, redfive, DrmCa, truthahn, reaperz (by virtue of being the most active forum users) and myself are Wiki admins and have account creation permission.

    The Wiki is at http://zswiki.pan-am.ca/ or at https://zswiki.pan-am.ca/ if you’re prepared to trust my in-house certificate authority.

    #53794

    develroo
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    @gordonf wrote:

    I did a major infrastructure upgrade last month that allowed room for a spare virtual machine to run a Wiki server. After learning how to deal with spamdexing and click fraud bots, I think it’s open for business finally.

    Please request a user account and consider supplying documentation for Zeroshell there. Because of the aforementioned abuse, you’ll need to send a private forum message to a Wiki admin for an account. Forum users fulvio, ptaylor, redfive, DrmCa, truthahn, reaperz (by virtue of being the most active forum users) and myself are Wiki admins and have account creation permission.

    The Wiki is at http://zswiki.pan-am.ca/ or at https://zswiki.pan-am.ca/ if you’re prepared to trust my in-house certificate authority.

    Webserver is down. https://imgur.com/ABdfW8j

    #53795

    gordonf
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    On 01 SEP there wasn’t any connection issues. Should be visible now.

    #53796

    develroo
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    @gordonf wrote:

    On 01 SEP there wasn’t any connection issues. Should be visible now.

    Yup, it seems up now, albeit a little slow, but can’t say there is much to see atm?

    https://imgur.com/dF2VXXl

    Are you still porting across from an existing wiki or what?

    #53797

    gordonf
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    The thing is considerably slower than most because it’s running on an AMD N40L processor. It’s a glorified laptop with more RAM and a RAID controller running vSphere 5. Since it’s a virtual machine, I don’t have a problem with someone else hosting it if they have the resources.

    Ask myself or five other admins in a private message on this forum for an account, as my first attempt got spammed to death. The only thing a user can’t do is make more users and mess with the database directly.

    I’ll make one for you straight away, and I’ll send you a temporary password in a private message.

    It is just started really. I’m making articles with my own experiences only. So please, do consider contributing.

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