Old pages no longer current in 2021
- Old pages no longer current in 2021
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Updated information at: Classic Linux.
Also please see: https://discourse.rahul.net/.
The classic_linux_old environment has always been, and will continue to be, oriented towards “old-timers” who prefer a command-line computing environment. Thus the classic Linux environment tries to provide useful command-line tools including programs for reading Usenet news and electronic mail. It's expected that as a user in this environment you don't mind reading online manuals now and then (with the “man” command), and you write, or would some day like to write, shell scripts or procmail recipes.
If you just want a friendly web-hosting environment where you do most operations from a web control panel, please take a look at our directadmin environment.
See also our general FAQ pages for Classic Linux at:
For the most current information about the newer Classic Linux environment, see the page oxygen.rahul.net.
For other Classic Linux hints, see:
Running legacy 32-bit Red Hat 7.2, to be phased out eventually.
Recently permanently removed:
How to connect:
red.rahul.net, which accepted ssh connections on ports 22, 80, and 443 and routed them to one of the old servers, is now just a pointer to
Running 64-bit CentOS 5.x:
The servers labeled as 'Recommended' are more likely to be reliable. The remaining servers might be in a state of still being configured or being updated.
How to connect:
ssh.rahul.net. This will lead you one of the above servers. If one server is inaccessible, it will connect you to another one.
neon.rahul.netis now just a pointer to