Just about nobody is going to be able to tell by Usenet exactly how you
screwed up your new mirror.
Look at the bright side: it no longer matters whether the vendor sold
what they were advertising, since you've now broken it in a way that no
sane warranty will cover. So now you get to buy a new mirror, hopefully
being more careful to make sure it has the features you want, without
worrying about whether you should get your money back out of the old
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