Sorry for the downtime of www. Aaron had been working on upgrading this machine to glibc, put the old libs in a directory on the /usr partition and added it to a conf file that ldconfig uses to configure ldd to find them. When the machine boots, init needs them, but /usr isn't mounted. We had to boot the machine not knowing what had been done and it wouldn't boot. I had no idea where the libs had been moved to, I couldn't reach Aaron. It took me about an hour to figure out how to bring the machine up without init (using /bin/sh as an init), get it on the network so that I could mount a partition from another machine via NFS and copy the libs. Did all of that and got the machine up and running, but the web server still would not run. It core dumped as soon as I tried to start it. I do not know why. I recompiled the server and the new binary ran but I don't yet know why the old one didn't. My apologies for yet another interruption, and this one unfortunately was purely operator malfunction. We are anxious to get everything upgraded in terms of the libs and OS in order to gain greater reliability and effeciency but I am afraid we were a bit too careless.