Moin! After a long time without a developer-accessible ARM machine, I can finally announce the return of debussy. The machine has received a long-waited upgrade and now has a 60GB harddisk, since the old one broke down. Debussy has been re-installed from scratch and hence has a new SSH installed as well. You'll need to edit your ~/.ssh/known_hosts before you can log in again. The fingerprints of the SSH public keys are: 1024 29:88:a7:20:3c:46:2a:a1:1e:33:3a:f4:6b:08:c4:2e root@debussy 1024 b8:3a:27:74:44:f8:af:92:ba:1b:f3:51:28:5f:15:86 root@debussy The system has three chroot environments re-installed as well: woody, sarge, sid (stable, testing, unstable). The dchroot program is also installed for developers to enter the chroot environments. Regards, Joey -- This is GNU/Linux Country. On a quiet night, you can hear Windows reboot.
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