Well, I have my system set up. 40GB HD and Gentoo 1.2. Life is good.nic troubles
Gentoo is a very nice distro, from what I've seen of it. The only minor gripe I have about it is the lack of reasonable default configurations for everything. With Debian I could change one or two entries in a config file and start without delay; with Gentoo I have to generate the whole file first. Is there something I'm missing?
For some reason, my NIC will occasionally start dropping all received packets. I'm not sure how to trigger the problem, and it always seems to happen when I'm not around to diagnose it. Gah. Such is the price of progress.gnome 2
Very nice. I have almost zero desire to return to 1.4.hang yourself with red tape
More hassles with USF. Now they want a copy of my transcript from North Georgia Tech, even though it was a technical school when I attended. (They've since earned accreditation to offer Associate degrees.)pySpaceWars
Signed up for orientation and registration sessions. Woo woo.
I need to prove to them that I've been immunized against various diseases in order to register for classes. Instead of going through the list of doctors I've been to recently (many) and trying to see who administered each shot, I decided to simply have a blood test done. This opened a whole other realm of red tape.
I had to go to a (I originally thought "the") Polk County Health Department clinic. Ugh. Anyway, to make a long story short, I ended up spending about two hours there, only to be told that they couldn't administer the test I needed and I had to go to another clinic.
The idea of tracking down all the doctors I went to is looking better and better.
P.S.: I ended up going to the hospital to get the blood test done. $104 for two blood tests (measles and rubella). Huzzah.
Fixed a minor bug and added self-destruction to the teleport mechanism. Still trying to get the "feel" to match. I haven't even started on niceties like a menu, or respawning, or scores, or even firing, for crying out loud.editors
Hmmm... XEmacs/GTK is fairly nice, but there are a few annoying bugs that still bother me. I think I'll go back to the original version.so i dub thee 'unforgiven'