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ibiblio recently acquired some really cool troubleshooting software that grants our community members the ability to become resources for each other.
Like a real-time FAQ, answers.ibiblio.org allows users to browse questions that have been posted on the forum, browse the answers to those questions, and if possible provide answers of their own. Questions and answers can be voted up or down by users, so the more members that participate, the more valuable and useful the forum will be.
If you have a question about anything ibiblio-related, chances are, someone else out there has had the same question. Also, chances are someone out there has the answer. Answers.ibiblio.org is here to bring those parties together.
Answers.ibiblio.org is an implementation of AnswerHub made possible by a generous gift from D-Zone.
ibiblio is happy to participate in 2011 World IPv6 day. A small but diverse set of content is now accessible via IPv6. You can view the ibiblio homepage, listen to live radio streams, or sync your local Fedora Linux mirror with rsync over IPv6. The ibiblio IPv6 services page has details on how to connect.
Adoption of IPv6 has been very slow. The Internet Society lists only 434 registered 2011 World IPv6 day participants. However, events such as this give us an opportunity to explore and learn. Read on if you’re interested in some of the hurdles we encountered setting up IPv6 services.
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The team still has a few loose ends to tie, but most of ibiblio has been migrated to a new home on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus.
We replaced hardware as much as ten years old. How it was still running is anyone’s guess. In sum, we: