Debian Web Server

Well, I turned one of my [8] computers into a file/web/FTP/SSH/etc.. server. I got a free DNS so far, and its working great. And of course, its running Debian, the greatest distro of all time. Instead of wasting time installing PHP, Apache, etc.. separately, I just used LAMPP (XAMPP), which isn't very secure, or so I've read. I also got another HDD mounted as /opt so all the files are mounted on their. Oh, thats right..the spec of the server:
Intel Pentium III @ 450mhz
512Mb RAM
10GB HDD as /
40GB HDD as /opt

Life with eeeXubuntu.

Well, I finally chose eeeXubuntu. Install was quick and configuring was even easier. After some kernel updates, I did have to recompile the madwifi drivers. I also have to find and compile Ralink drivers, since without them, the other dongle that I use doesn't have monitor mode enabled.
Its pretty minimal right now, I just updated and installed some security/penetration programs.
Anywho, I shall be off (I'm quite tired too)....

Backtrack 3 on eeePC

I finally got Backtrack 3 working on my 4GB 701 ASUS Eee, following this tutorial. Worked perfectly, and I was able to crack 64 & 128 bit WEP at home under 5 minutes flawlessly. Although, Backtrack 3 beta has a installer, but Backtrack 3 final doesn't. So, I downloaded the installer from TPB and continued on (of course, I partitioned before). The installer took about 15~ minutes. I actually prefer this over Ubuntu Eee, which I had before.