Sabayon Linux Portal :: migration almost complete

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Sabayon Linux Portal :: migration almost complete

Postby lxnay » Fri Aug 17, 2007 12:32

Dear users,
In the past days we silently (when possible) moved the whole Portal to a new fresh Athlon64 X2 dedicated server.
Well, now the move is almost complete and we are really really happy about it. Website is seems really smooth and pleasant to surf.
This was only possible thanks to your donations. Yeah, a dedicated (I love being root) server is a little bit expensive but this is what Sabayon needs to grow.
So, keep up with them and thanks again!
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Postby Fitzcarraldo » Fri Aug 17, 2007 13:15

Thank you. You guys are doing a great job.

I am really enjoying using SL. I'm still using 3.4 Loop 2b because, with the various tweaks and emerges that I have done over the last month or so it is running as smoothly as silk on my laptop and it is very stable. Even the laptop's built-in memory card reader worked out-of-the-box.
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Re: Sabayon Linux Portal :: migration almost complete

Postby Matthew Wiebelhaus » Mon Aug 20, 2007 15:30

[quote="lxnay"]Dear users,
In the past days we silently (when possible) moved the whole Portal to a new fresh Athlon64 X2 dedicated server.
Well, now the move is almost complete and we are really really happy about it. Website is seems really smooth and pleasant to surf.
This was only possible thanks to your donations. Yeah, a dedicated (I love being root) server is a little bit expensive but this is what Sabayon needs to grow.
So, keep up with them and thanks again![/quote]

Nice what kind of computer did you get.
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