7 Mar 2002 fuzzynerd   » (Apprentice)


I'm creating a piece of software that greatly simplifies the process of creating bootable FreeBSD CDROMs. This is an extension of some work I did last semester for the math department. This time I'm getting independent study credit, from the Computer Science department. The goal is to have a generalized system of Makefiles that, when handed a special data file, will generate a customized bootable CD. Progress is good, thus far. I have a magic datafile that creates a bootable webserver. Check out FreeBSD To Go!

Multicast TFTP

I've started a sourceforge project, called nTFTP. The code I've already written will appear shortly, and will probably be rewritten in C++ for fun. The code will be released under the GPL. Check out nTFTP!

Ponderous thoughts:

I'm debating about trying to achieve the Advogato certification of Journeyer. I'm spending way too much time working on Free Software(TM).

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