One of the things that WlugIncorporated offers as an incentive for membership is an account on an InterNet hosted machine. This machine is called Hoiho (named after NewZealand's YellowEyedPenguin) and is available at hoiho.wlug.org.nz. It is one of five blade servers that the WLUG runs. See the JoinWlug page for information on how to become a paid-up member.
The other blades:
If you didn't specify a username and password when you joined, you will need to send an Email to secretary at wlug.org.nz. Include either a PGP signed SSH PublicKey ($HOME/.ssh/id_dsa.pub) as an attachment, or a request to be phoned on the number you provided on your membership form. We can then assign you a password for WebMail, which you can then use to Email us a key.
If you don't know about SSHKeys, please read the SSHKeys page. It explains how to create one. We do not accept password authentication because of the large number of attempts to brute-force passwords.
Please see HoihoAcceptableUsePolicy for what you can and can't do with this machine.
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