Right now I'm trying to track down Matt Undy of Anzen Computing (recently bought by NFR) to see about my patches to tcpreplay. His email isn't bouncing, but I'm not getting a reply from him either. Not really sure what to make of it. Hopefully I'll hear from him on monday.
Also, looks like there's a good chance that a lot of code and documentation that I wrote for my company will be released to the public under the GPL or simular license. Not sure yet of how I'm going to release it yet... some of it is extremely complicated and prolly really isn't fully ready for public release, but honestly I don't see any chance of me continuing any work on it in the future since the company has dramatically changed directions. However, there is some good docs on hardening Linux and Solaris that is pretty comprehensive.
And speaking of work, I've finally gotten so sick of the horrible sludge they call coffee at work that I picked up a grinder, french press, and a pound of Pete's French Roast for the office. Yes, I'm a freak, but by god, I need good java in the morning and the crap we've got just doesn't cut it.
On a personal note, I ended up getting the PS2 on Friday. Yet another way for me to waste time I really don't have, but at least I'm having fun doing it.
Ended up getting GT3 (PS2 combo pack), SpyHunter (ok, could have better gfx, and what is up with the 2 player mode??), Tekken Tag Tourney (nice gfx, really smooth, and just plain fun), Grand Theft Auto 3 (great game, really unique, good gfx considering, and just plain fun), Metal Gear Solid 2 (again, great gfx, and fun), and Devil May Cry (good gfx, and lots of fun). Yes, I spent a LOT of $$$, but I'm worth it. :)
One thing that did suck rocks was the Topmax Diablos controller I picked up for $10. Feels cheap in my hands, and the buttons are horrible. Should've known. I'll pick up a Sony controller when I return this one.