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* http://pegasus.noise:5000/
 
* http://pegasus.noise:5000/
  
 
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Flaschen
 
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* Display stuff on our Beer bottle display wall.
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* http://pegasus.noise:9000/
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* More info on [[Flaschen_Taschen]]
  
 
= Addresses=
 
= Addresses=
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* http://10.20.0.22
 
* http://10.20.0.22
 
* http://pegasus.noise  
 
* http://pegasus.noise  
* http://192.195.83.134 (1 to 1 NAT)
 
 
* http://pegasus.noisebridge.net (1 to 1 NAT)
 
* http://pegasus.noisebridge.net (1 to 1 NAT)
  
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Its primary purpose is as a general purpose shenanigans machine.  Its secondary purpose is to provide a Tor relay for something.
 
Its primary purpose is as a general purpose shenanigans machine.  Its secondary purpose is to provide a Tor relay for something.
  
It used to house a kickass PCI card for interfacing with the payphones in the space using Asterisk. Someone took it out, thinking it didn't work. If anyone knows what happened to this card, contact [[User:nthmost]]
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It used to house a kickass PCI card for interfacing with the payphones in the space using Asterisk. Someone took it out, thinking it didn't work. If anyone knows what happened to this card, contact [[User:nthmost]].
 
 
= Do Things w/ Pegasus =
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
tweak'd format, added sample talk url [[User:⛽|⛽]] ([[User talk:⛽|talk]]) 18:16, 12 June 2017 (UTC)
 
 
 
  
 
{{ManualPage}}
 
{{ManualPage}}
 
{{DocsWG}}
 
{{DocsWG}}

Revision as of 06:10, 29 September 2019

Pegasus sudoers

  • rubin110
  • nthmost
  • patrickod
  • tdfischer
  • teapot
  • jof
  • hzeller
  • miloh
  • steele
  • cowlicks
  • robbintt
  • lizzie
  • jams
  • gareth
  • jerm
  • r
  • noisetor
  • superq
  • eenblam
  • beka
  • cole
  • elias

Projects on Pegasus

Mary Poppins

Flaschen

Addresses

Machine Info

Pegasus is an Intel Atom server in Chibi.

Its primary purpose is as a general purpose shenanigans machine. Its secondary purpose is to provide a Tor relay for something.

It used to house a kickass PCI card for interfacing with the payphones in the space using Asterisk. Someone took it out, thinking it didn't work. If anyone knows what happened to this card, contact User:nthmost.


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