The physical server hosting the virtual machine that MontanaLinux.org was running on had a complete hardware failure. It appears the motherboard failed. While we believe the original hard disks are intact (even if they aren't, we have a fairly recent complete backup) getting everything back up will be a bit time consuming. This site is mostly back up but the files directory will take a while to sync so some of the videos may not be available for a while.
I'm temporarily running the site on a Digital Ocean droplet until we get another physical host in place. I have a spare in Belgrade but I have to get it to Warren in Billings. If we can just transplant the RAM and drives, that'll be great. If we have to setup a new system from scratch and then restore from backup, that's going to be a bit more work. old.montanalinux.org and mail.montanalinux.org (Zimbra) will probably remain down until we get the physical system fully migrated. Yeah, that sucks. Sorry.
Update: The site is fully syned now.
Update 2: old.montanalinux.org and mail.montanalinux.org were up as of late last night (Wednesday, 3/13/19).
Update 3: Got everything moved to BudgetVM. It's a KVM VM running OpenVZ Legacy with a handful containers each with their own IP address. I had it all setup and they accidentally reinstalled the OS on top of it... so I got three months free. Yeah.