We passed all night working but we had good results.
The best part of all is that I finally manage how to put the BML parser (yes, the one that Brad made available on his site and is a small down version of the one that power our LJ) working on the new server.
I still have a LONG way to learn how to master it but I'll start using it from now.
It is quite powerfully for situations where one has lots of common parts and needs to have all them centralized and in a way easy to understand and manipulate.
I've been already studying how can I integrate it with my own 4th-HTML, but haven't arrived to any conclusions yet.
Also, the integration between the Linux server and the Windows NT 2000 computers there went very well and the Linux is just one more computer with the Microsoft SMB network... :-)))
Now they have there a WWW server to work with and as soon as the router for access to the Internet is installed, I'll be able to access the Linux server from here without needing to go physically there, so the deployment of new features there will be easier....
Now I'm going to have lunch, I'll be back latter.