|FROM ||Vadim Berezniker
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] teaching perl: testing scripts
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The firewall doesn't block port 22 out.
I could set up a box myself too, but
a) Tech is very disorganized
b) I do not think the rooms are even networked properly.
Accessing computers in the current room is fine, but other rooms is a pain.
c) I don't think Tech really cares about this ... I went to a meeting of
the Tech Committee and it's a lot of people with a lot of things to say,
but no action.
You can e-mail the "Technology Co-ordinator" at CpomaroBTHS-at-aol.com
(yep. aol.com. our school doesn't even have direct control of bths.edu
it's under the control of some alumni, and if we ever have to update the
site, we have to bother him)
Maybe you'll have better luck.
True, Stuy does have us whipped.
I guess they have better management.
Ruben Safir wrote:
> We have boxes already set up for you to use which we are using for Perl
> Classes currently.
> However, the Board of Ed firewall might prevent external port 22 access.
> We would like to get in touch with someone at Tech, and put a box on the
> inside on a spare PC on the local network.
> It can be a great resource for the entire school.
> Get with it you guy's
> Stuyvesant is burrying you on this :)
> On 2001.10.29 21:50:04 -0500 Vadim Berezniker wrote:
> I'm very sure that we don't. Not that I know of.
> Hans Zaunere, from nylug mailing list, offered his future honeypot for
> use, which he said would be available in couple of weeks.
> We don't need much, just a simple box that has perl installed.
> SSH access so that we could start with simple console scripts.
> Then be able to access the files via web in order to work with simple
> CGI scripts in perl.
> Ruben Safir wrote:
>>This is part of the mandate of NYLXS.
>>Contact us so we can make sure you have what you need.
>>Are you sure no one at Brooklyn tech has a server?
>>On 2001.10.29 21:20:58 -0500 Ruben Safir wrote:
>> Me and a friend are going to host a "club" at Brooklyn Tech H.S,
>>where we will be introducing and teaching Perl to some kids.
>>The problem is that I do not know where they will actually be able to
>>test their scripts(first simple shell and later CGI).
>>The school certainly doesn't have the adequate resources for this.
>>Initially my plan was to use the server that I was going to buy and
>>host, but now that I have lost my job,I cannot afford that.
>>My friend suggested that we use something like f2s which provides free
>>webspace with ability to run custom cgi, but without shell acess.
>>I was wondering if anybody on this list could offer any other
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