I'm tempted to give you a shell on one of my local machines, so that you may suck songs off of napster, then get them reliably :)
I would be eternally greatful if you did :)
Of course, that post jinxed my download. Ten minutes later, each song timed out one by one.
I have an OpenBSD machine you can SSH to from the outside world.
eiri% df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/wd0a 42M 16M 24M 40% /
/dev/wd0d 331M 152M 162M 49% /usr
/dev/wd0e 28M 4.7M 22M 18% /var
/dev/wd0f 23G 4.4G 17G 20% /home
It also has a decent amount of free space.
Although I admittedly did wrong when partitioning for a BSD machine, gave it a tiny /var :/
I _could_ possibly give you a shell on it, but I need to affirm security. Although it is impossible to ssh to any of my other machines from there, I think I need to patch that local root-hole in OpenBSD still... Argh.
OK, so if you want it, I'll do a CVSup or something.
Yes, if it's not too much trouble. If it's any consolation, imagine me downloading, applying, and compiling all those patches on my 486 OBSD box :)
I'll get right on it, and hopefully I won't fuck up CVSuping.