Quick update to SnackLinux, rolled out Linux 4.15.2 with Busybox 1.28.0. Also switched over to x86_64 only (for now at least) since it simplifies a lot of things. I removed the need to staticly link everything and get rid of that niche, since a few other smaller distros cover that (Alpine Linux for example). Again, this simplifies building packages and running into less issues. Check it out on Github for build instructions, or the getting started page on getting SnackLinux running.
iStatd binary for Solaris 10 x86
Here's iStatd compiled on Solaris 10 x86 for those lazy not to compile it. Also make sure you have libxml2_devel installed. See the attachment.
(I take no credit for the development of iStatd, rather presented is a binary package of it)
Well, I turned one of my  computers into a file/web/FTP/SSH/etc.. server. I got a no-ip.org 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 Anywho, I'm not going to release the IP/URL of the server just yet, as I need to secure some stuff... More later...