[server-core] pacman-mirrorlist: added mirror.us.leaseweb.net
11:44 Aug 11
[server-extra] imagemagick - bump to 220.127.116.11 19:02 Jul 21
[server-core] gcc version bump to 4.4.6, replaced download location with gwdg... 19:24 Jul 20
[server-community] kernel26-lts-ec2 removed, not needed anymore, because the... 19:07 Jul 20
[server-community] kernel26-openvz remove because it is not maintained anymore 19:06 Jul 20
[server-community] Remove kernel26-openvz because it is not maintained anymore 19:03 Jul 20
[server-core] kernel26-lts version bump to 18.104.22.168 17:01 Jul 16
[server-extra] bind: better handling of outdated root hints file 00:51 Jul 09
Welcome to the home of ArchServer, a derivative work of Arch Linux designed to be more stable in order to be suitable for server use.
Arch Linux is a Linux distribution gaining in popularity due to it's KISS (Keep It Simple) philosophy, speed and rolling-release update methods. It has become a popular desktop distribution among users who are willing to devote time to configuring and maintaining their computer system.
The KISS philosophy and speed make it ideal for use in server environments, however the rolling-release system make it potentially unstable meaning administrators often have to spend more time maintaining the system during upgrade cycles compared to other distributions which do not use the rolling-release update model (such as Debian, RedHat or CentOS). Read more in the wiki...
ArchServer is an unofficial community project. It is still in development. There is currently no stable release suitable for production usage yet.
If you have the skills and are interested in becoming involved with this project, please see this wiki page
Well I guess you've notice we have magically come back online. Yes this is true. ArchServer is back online, sorta. The services will all come back online in the next week or so. We hope to have everything up and running 100% within a month with all packages and downloads online and ready to get ourselves back up to speed. Currently we are on a temporary server but plan to move to a more permanent server very soon. That change shouldn't cause any problems other than a brief interruption while services move.
Well it has come to the time that many projects ultimitely face; due to lack of both people, and available time of people who are involved, today we call "Time of Death" on the ArchServer Project.