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pony.noise is a headless Linux box at Noisebridge.


  • From the main Noisebridge network, the IP address is, and DNS has it at pony.noise.
  • From the Internet or the noisebridge-dsl wifi, a NAT port is forwarded from

SSH information

RSA key fingerprint is 9d:af:f4:94:70:65:ab:b2:af:a1:ad:03:2b:36:e6:43.

With the following stanza in ~/.ssh/config, you can ssh pony from outside, and ssh pony.local from inside.

Host pony | pony.local
   ForwardAgent no
   ForwardX11 no


If you want an account, add a SSH Key and an Adduser stanza to your User: page on the wiki; see User:Adi or User:Rubin110 or User:Miloh for examples. Then introduce yourself on the [rack] mailing list for an account. Any Noisebridge member who agrees to be excellent to each other is welcome to an account. All users get sudo apt-get access; additional administration duties will be shared as necessary (asking nice works better then threatening to root the box).

Here is a tutorial on generating keys for and configuring ssh

Requests to change a user's shell after the account has been created will require a personal favor or a Double Dare. (Or you can simply use chsh.)

Full sudoers (updated 20100222):


There Are No Backups.


  • 2GB RAM
  • 3-core 64-bit AMD CPU at 2.1 GHz
  • 750GB system drive
  • 2.5 TB data drives in eSATA chassis (/d1, /d2, /d3)
  • Debian Lenny (5.0 stable) 32-bit install

df -h

Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/vda5 3.0G 1.5G 1.4G 54% / tmpfs 990M 0 990M 0% /lib/init/rw udev 985M 132K 985M 1% /dev tmpfs 990M 0 990M 0% /dev/shm /dev/vda1 194M 33M 152M 18% /boot /dev/vda9 2.0G 69M 1.9G 4% /tmp /dev/vda6 6.9G 5.6G 1.1G 85% /usr /dev/vda7 6.9G 1.4G 5.2G 21% /var /dev/vda8 5.0G 1.9G 2.9G 40% /var/log /dev/mapper/pony--data-home

                     504G  183G  296G  39% /home


                     1.8T  1.5T  223G  87% /data


                     9.9G  222M  9.2G   3% /var/www




Restart Procedure:

Use the IP PDU documented on the Network page.