Recent blog entries for lsheehan

27 Feb 2003 (updated 27 Feb 2003 at 23:42 UTC) »

Well I still live. www.personaltelco.net is still kicking and becoming more fun. My quote for the day: "I leave when the pub closes." - Winston Chruchill

You may never hear from me again.

Why the hell do I even still keep this. Anyway check out www.personaltelco.net, thats whats been keeping me busy.

3 May 2001 (updated 3 May 2001 at 16:43 UTC) »

Wow am I a slacker or what! So its been ages since last I was here. Things are going well. wcooley actually released LNXS! Hurra! of course I have yet to contribute to it. Hey if you in the Portland area check out www.personaltelco.net. You may never hear from me again.

Its been a bit since my last entry and again not alot going on. I seem to have the tech equivilant of writers block. For the last six months or so I just dont have the ambition I once did about programing. The most I've done is write some clever little Perl scripts for work, fun but not terribly difficult. My interest in hardware has picked up again I am building a new rackmount system that I think I may be silly with and overclock. It'll be the first LNXS install on 1+Ghz system. Fun Fun.

OK! My first advoagto diary entry. Well what did you expect!? Not much to talk about yet.

I think I might build LNXS finaly this weekend, or try to anyway. (lnxs.org somthing I fake working on) The BOS seems to have reached the point where I need not struggle too much to get it working and it will give me chance to play with the makefile changes I have been toying with in my head. From what I have seen so far of wil's (wcooley), setup I dont know if I can do much better but I think my sick facination with make might let me iron some things out.

You may never hear from me again.

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