Older blog entries for kraai (starting at number 18)

31 May 2001 (updated 31 May 2001 at 21:38 UTC) »

I wrote a really terrible spanish vocabulary builder for the web that is available online.

Unrelated to free software and definitely inflammatory, I just wrote an article bad-mouthing a stupid license plate frame.

Bootstrapped GCC (by adding 64 megabytes of virtual memory).

Submitted a patch to fix a segfault when ogg123 is not passed any valid inputs.

27 May 2001 (updated 28 May 2001 at 01:04 UTC) »

Submitted a patch to fix a bug in man-db where it was concatenating the arguments to col incorrectly.

Built and uploaded new libcdaudio packages.

Built and uploaded new cdcd package.

Built and uploaded another cdcd package.

Submitted a patch to include missing header files in cdcd distribution.

Built and uploaded another cdcd package.

Submitted a patch to add termwrap to base-config.

23 May 2001 (updated 24 May 2001 at 15:27 UTC) »

Fixed a bad tag in the Swedish translation of the latest DWN.

Applied a patch from Larry Doolittle to make BusyBox's find_root_device more robust.

Applied another patch from Larry to fix hush's behavior for recursive file_peeks.

Submitted a patch to add termwrap to boot-floppies.

Went to an Angry Barbers show.

Fixed some boot-floppies dependencies so that af_packet.o is sure to be included on the root disk.

22 May 2001 (updated 22 May 2001 at 15:19 UTC) »

Fixed a number of bugs in BusyBox: misnamed rewind command in mt, extra -- lines output by grep, gunzip handling of - file, and leading /s in tar archive members. These were all noted by others, and many came with patches.

Finished War and Peace.

21 May 2001 (updated 21 May 2001 at 20:58 UTC) »

Fixed BusyBox mt to open the tape with O_WRONLY when performing a write operation.

Added support for the tell command to BusyBox mt.

Fixed BSD disklabel partition ordering for 2.2 kernels in Debian boot-floppies's libfdisk.

Submitted a patch to lessen memory usage of GCC's genattrtab.

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