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The Underlegend Networks

Underlegend Networks is an internet community, gathering around `yenn' and `obsd', a free shell servers, and the # (The Hash) — a channel on the ULnet IRC network. We've been around since 2004. As of 2017 the community is still active. We welcome new users, so don't be shy to drop a note to requests@, or to join our channel. (Stay for a while, because we are idling most of the time.)

Note that there are no admins (mostly) on IRC, so the best bet for you in case of trouble is contact on the requests@ email.

The free shell(s)

There are `yenn', and `obsd'. `yenn' runs NetBSD, `obsd', well… OpenBSD. `yenn' is moderately modern hadrware, `obsd' is an old underpowered laptop. When you are requesting your account, you'll get access to both.

Please note that we don't allow any kind of bouncers, bots, nor we don't run Linux on the free shell servers, so giving your reasons as "znc", "bnc", "eggdrop" or "for learning Linux commands" will leave you without answer. Also, we're sapiophilous, so you need to make sentences…

To request an account, write an e-mail to:

requests@yenn.ulegend.net

Describe, what will you be doing on the shells, and don't forget to tell us your login name.

Take a look at our FAQ on `yenn.'

A serious note about the abuse.

The abuse address

In case of abuse originating from our IPs send reports to abuse@yenn.ulegend.net

PGP public keys of the admins:

Who's now on `yenn'?

$ who
root     *console Apr 24 13:35
jakbu    *pts/6   Apr 25 15:49
ledaqua   pts/10  Apr 24 16:00
ledaqua   pts/2   Apr 24 15:37
$ uptime
 6:14PM  up 1 day,  4:40, 0 users, load averages: 0.17, 0.23, 0.19
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Donate to keep us running!

$ cat /doc/thankyou
Thank you to the following users:
mfm		hardware donations
robert		money donations
kamil		hardware donation
cmd		money donation
jnxy		money donations
dvp		money donation
michi		money donation
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We don't live out of sunlight, and this service really isn't cheap.

Thank You!

`yenn' SSH fingerprints

Featured websites

Our gopher links

Current news

$ head /doc/news
04/24/17:  Maintenance, required a reboot.
04/17/17:  The story of what happened on Apr 17
           soon will appear in /doc/Apr17.
           Please don't bug me, as it was
           a nightmare ;-)
04/06/17:  Pkgsrc upgrade, and it took long,
           for a few hours you could experience
           troubles logging in, attaching
           to tmux or screen etc.  Please send
           to us info on missing packages you
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Our story

$ cat /doc/story
2015:  Still AMD Athlon 64 X2, but now 4 gigabytes of RAM.  The other server,
       `obsd', on OpenBSD, is set up and ready to accept new users.

2014:  We're back as a full-featured free shell, but still not for IRCnet
       chatters.

2011:  IRCnet firewalled out.  Large removal of IRCnet users.  Still
       abuse, as a revenge from ``our'' former users.  AMD Athlon 64 X2.

2009-10:  The server is popular amongst Polish IRCnet users.  Continous
       abuse.  There are many websites.  Start of ULnet, and # (the Hash.)

2008:  Pentium III:  More and more IRCnet users.  Start of the abuse.

2007:  AMD Duron, 256 megs of RAM.

2004:  Compaq Deskpro 2000, NetBSD 1.6.2.  Public server for local
       Unix and Linux fans.  Websites, IRC etc.

2002:  Compaq Deskpro 2000, 96 megabytes of RAM, Slackware Linux.
       Users: dmb, ethif.
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Our hardware

yenn

[yenn] `yenn' is our main machine, the free shell server. It's Athlon 64 X2 with 4 gigabytes of RAM, and two SATA disks forming software RAID 1. It runs NetBSD since forever. On the picture there's also the ADSL modem, cable phone and CRT monitor, which is a head for `yenn'.

obsd & malinka

[obsd] `obsd' is running OpenBSD, it's Compaq Armada M700 from around 2000. `obsd' is open for user requests – since June 2015.

`malinka' is a Raspberry Pi 2 model B. It runs Arch Linux. It's a playground for learning back Linux by dmb@. It doesn't have any other user accounts.

http://obsd.pl/

maxwell

[maxwell] `maxwell' serves as a backup backend. It runs Arch Linux, doesn't have a public IP address, and is available via VPN. It's RaspberryPi 2 with custom case. It has a 60 gigabytes SATA drive for system and data. There're no user accounts on this machine.

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