22 Oct 2000 AArthur   » (Journeyer)

Sunday Morning, 1:25 - How does feel... to be on your own, like a rolling stone?

Still waiting for that damn TI-89 calculator I ordered to arrive. I've been waiting for more then two weeks -- something that was suppost to be here in 2 to 4 days. Blah.

I actually used my CD burner tonight, to do something besides play with CD-RWs. I burned an Audio CD of a bunch of different music -- a mix -- it's cool. I've only had this drive for 3 months -- about time I use it :P

Lately, I've been fiddling around with Linux 2.4-test10 on the PowerPC. It seems pretty stable, and devfs rocks. Speaking of that, expect soon a G&H on iMacLinux about devfs. Now that the mess with atyfb is fixed, I'm happy again.

Jeff Carr of LinuxPPC fame called me on Wensday to let me know what's up with LinuxPPC.org. Somehow talking to him in person was kind of neat. Most of the stuff he had to say wasn't important or related to me, but it was nice of him to call.

Oh, as always, we are looking for people to helpout -- especially on CubeLinux and PowerMacLinux sites -- which need some work. Hey, it wasn't my idea to add them <grin>. Actually, I think it's cool having themed sites like that.

Rsync has changed around over at penguinppc (its now the main site for Linux-Pmac). At least now it works -- try rsync -avz penguinppc.org::linux-pmac-devel /usr/src/linux.

I went out for a nice drive today, the scout stuff is comming along nicely too. (But I really need to get my butt in gear). I have some homework -- gasp -- to do before Monday. Sunday Night, 9:00 PM seems like a good time to start.

Oh, if you want some Greenville, New Yak humor, take a look at PunksofGreenville. Then again, you would probably have to be in Orris' Class to understand it.

I should go to bed soon, it's getting late.

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