So after many weeks and months of my attempts to destroy the Debian/Sarge installation on Friday, I finally gave up. I had muddled and muddled until basically every other application was failing. Yay for me.
So on the weekend I dumped that install and started loading Ubuntu. It went well be very slowly. I'm still not sure why. It kind of had the feel of a bottleneck around drive reading/writing but hdparm verified that the drives are in DMA mode and running pretty derned fast.
Nonetheless, the major applications (except UT2004) have been reinstalled including the music server. Channel Skyhook is back online! W007!
Enough chitter-chatter... Time to go back to getting things done. Know whattamsayin?
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