Title : Install and configure djbdns Os : Linux Distro : Slackware URL : - i. Install Daemontools # mkdir -p /var/package # chmod 1755 /var/package # cd /var/package # wget http://cr.yp.to/daemontools/daemontools-0.76.tar.gz # gunzip daemontools-0.76.tar # tar -xpf daemontools-0.76.tar # rm daemontools-0.76.tar # cd admin # wget http://moni.csi.hu/pub/glibc-2.3.1/daemontools-0.76.errno.patch
I just spent an hour and a half trying to be as clear as I could on how I felt on yet another band disagreement. At this point, I would simply love to have a band where everybody wants to do the same thing. It sucks to be going along thinking everything is going fine, and then "bam!" someone is pissed because we haven't been paying attention to their needs or playing songs they want to play or whatever, and it's the first time the rest of the band has heard about it.
I never thought I'd see the day when you could get 24 replies to a single misguided comment on Slashdot. I never even considered PVR and multimedia.......
After my stressed out Sunday, I recouped by sleeping almost the entire day away. I'm not entirely sure why; my body must have been telling me to do so. Sometime around 4pm, after getting 4 phone calls, and a knock at the door, I decided to wake up. After screwing off for a couple of hours, Lisa got home. She was exhausted too, and admitted that the full-on Bremerton winter weather was starting to get to her. An obvious solution to us was to hop in the car and head over to Seattle for a dinner at Belltown Pizza. I absolutely love that place; great atmosphere, a cool bar, and music at all times. Sometimes a bit loud, but if it's not loud, it's no good, right? They have the absolute best Caesar salad I've ever had. It's not all goopy with too much dressing like others; it's just enough to give you a nice flavor on the greens, and with fresh ground pepper, it's awesome! Also of note was the Carol's garlic pie I ordered. I admit my ordering is not very interesting, but I don't think it gets much better than Carol's, except for maybe with olives, which Lisa doesn't care for.
It's a good thing O.C. treats Columbus day as a holiday. I need the downtime.
The car situation is rectified. Greg, one of the members in the current band, had a Mazda 323 that he didn't particularly care for. He was interested in Lisa's Honda though. He wants to turn it into "the 4-door that everybody wants to race." He gave us a very good deal on the Mazda, and we signed over the Honda to him.
Home PAGE : http://easyqmail.sf.net
This is an automated installation and setup script for qmail and associated
The script is a of the installation script from lazydog_qmail.sh (
http://www.qmail.nu ) with editional enhancement and more user friendly.
The features/patches :
a. Q & A base Intallation
b. smtp / smtp+ssl
c. pop3 / pop3+ssl
d. imap / imap+ssl
e. rbl filtering
I happily set up my new "Urban Compost Tumbler" today... Quite simple, looks like a backyard creation. Just a black 50(ish) gallon pickle bin, a metal rod, and a stand. I filled it up with newspapers and paper bags (it says it can be half full of those!), last week's lawn clippings, sweet potatoe greens, and various remnants of the past couple weeks dinners. I'm eager to see what comes out the other side in a few weeks...
I really like this new 'kt' theme for KernelTrap. It's a lot nicer than the theme I was using. Great job Jeremy :D
My box (PIII 750 on an ABIT BE6-II) is driving me nuts. I can't for the life of me get my Highpoint HPT370 UDMA100 controller (built on to the motherboard) to work.
New exec-shield patch against vanilla 2.6.0-test7 kernel.
Leech from here.
Here is Slashnet's interview with Matt Dillon (Dragonfly BSD, ex-FreeBSD fame).
The Box :- Processor : Pentium 233mmx RAM : 128 Meg RAM HDD : 4GB System : Solaris 9x86
The Story :- Initially the system was very unstable because of the BIOS chip. Maybe i plug chip and play with it and then put it in ... so here comes the problem. i mean problems :) Every time i need to spend more then 10 min (if i am Lucky). To on
For those who didn't catch my last entry, Lisa's car was doing a bit of steaming and losing water. I had yet to find the leak. My big fear was that the car might have blown a head gasket since the water was coming from an area where there aren't water hoses.
Today, when Lisa got home, she informed me that she found the leaking hose. I was thrilled; I'd much rather be wrong and find that it's a $20 fix. So I skipped out on the last 1/2 hour of a lecture on Socrates and went home to take a look.
There seems to be this crud going around here. It's not quite the flu, but it still makes you feel achey all over. I can't quite shake it. Then again, late night Taco Bell doesn't really help the healing either...
Today was truly bizarre. I woke up to the sound of branches blowing across the roof and heavy rain. For anybody who doesn't live in the USA's Pacific Northwest, this almost never happens. After my usual morning routine, which typically includes vegging out for a bit and watching a bit of trash TV, I took off for class in the pouring rain. Class was sort of lame; we watched a bad film about clay-mation. I did manage to talk to my stats professor though, and he is way cool. Winston showed me how to make Flash do I what I wanted it to do, which was to rotate an object only between two keyframes. It didn't seem to work before, and then it simply worked later on. Bizarre. Apparently Flash is like Windows; if it's not acting correctly, shut it down, restart, and it'll probably be OK.
When I saw the announcement for 2.6.0-test7, I created a story, only to get ensnared in formatting problems. When I finally submitted, Mini Booster Nori had beaten me to the punch.
Ah well. Just goes to show that someone is always faster ;-)