So, the other day, the drive on my laptop started clicking whenever I did any type of operation. It would click for a few seconds and then go on about its business. Needless to say, it was quite annoying so today, a new laptop, Thinkpad 600x, arrived at my door.Hacking
The rest of the day was filled with moving various things over and generally getting settled into the new laptop. It's running Red Hat 7.1 which is an obvious change from the previous 6.2 install. I'm looking forward to seeing the 'greatness' of the 2.4 kernel.
I figure that I might as well use the laptop as my main development environment so I'll be installing Tigris on it over the next few days. Actually, this might give me the chance to try out some ideas I have about a Tigris-lite install which I think would be very beneficial to outside developers.
So, my hacking time has been lacking over the last few days but hopefully that will change soon. I'm currently running the vicious-build-scripts to get various GNOME sources so that my laptop can be both a work dev environment as well as a personal hacking environment. We'll see how it goes.