Alas, after almost two decades of providing me dependable
ISP service, RadixNet has gone out of business.
The old site at http://www.radix.net/~dlc
should no longer exist and email to
should have become undeliverable.
My replacement email address is
and should remain so for the foreseeable future.
This replacement web site, http://dlcusa.net, is hosted at http://dlc.casita.net/~dlc and has been graciously provided by Rick Troth aka Sir Santa on a zLinux instance he has (you are currently experiencing how an IBM mainframe serves up web pages using a zLinux virtual machine within a z/VM system running in a zEnterprise LPAR!). With the exception of most of the IT pages, the work of conversion has been completed. I would appreciate feedback on the usefulness of this site.
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CRUX prtpkg Software Maintenance—An Overview PDF document (WIP)
The Virtual Plan 9 Server Cookbook (incomplete beta as of Sep 24, 2014)
The Virtual Plan 9 Server Cookbook (alpha on Aug 27, 2014)
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You'd better rearrange your beliefs, then.
Because you certainly can't rearrange the universe."
—Athor 77 thinking to himself in Nightfall by Asimov/Silverberg