Woot, quite a lot of stuff achieved today. That nice sensation of having done something with your time, even though the strain on your eyelids seems to tell you that you just took more time than usual to achieve things in.
A workmate pointed me at Maurice Massar's work on vpnc, achieving all that I wanted to achieve without wanting to look into it ;) So the nifty little veepnc is back on the track. I created a bunch of RPMs for it (vpnc, not veepnc), back on my small repo.
Managed to fix a few Totem bugs, including a big one with the playlist saving, and released a new libgtop for 2.4 so that the 2.6 kernel-users can see their memory usage properly.
Spent most of the evening ironing out the myriad of buglets that make using a 2.6 kernel on FC difficult. Now I have patches to make my boot warning-less and my drivers actual load like I would expect them to. Thanks to Simon Kelley, I even have my WLAN card working properly.
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