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Momentous decision

Well, ok, maybe not. But I've decided to finally "do it".

That's right. Being a linux/freebsd/opensource maverick is no longer radical enough for me. Now I'm going to switch away from all of these famous, well known servers like "BIND" and "Apache" and go with crap no one has ever heard of before, the better to run a secure and impossible to support system.

DOWN WITH THE MAN!

Tonight: djb's dns suite.
Tomorrow: thttpd.
The night after: THE WORLD!!!

MUAHAHAHAHAH!

(Ok, people have heard of them, but they're certainly not as mainstream as BIND and Apache. BIND just plain sucks, and Apache is too bulky. I need a nice light server, damnit, Apache is just plain bloatware. Oh, and Sendmail? SCREW SENDMAIL! Postfix, baby. Maybe I'll write my own OS and services in machine language, make them do nothing but what I want. Hehe. HAHAHAHAHAH. FIGHT THE POWER!)
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