Name: Miguel Azevedo
Member since: 2001-04-05 22:19:27
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- Computer Engineering student at the University of Evora, Portugal. - Guitar player and vocalist of some local bands. - Studio engineer and musician for "D'arte" studios. - Official collaborator for the project Linux Mandrake - Official collaborator for the project Nautilus
howdy! Nothing really interesting to state, except for last night's quake "fight club" in Baggio's LAN... Some new viewing at userfriendly...
howdy! Today is a day for "working"... Till 8 pm I'll be working at my dad's office, on some databases, implementation of data, and i'll get to talk mwith his bofh, which is pretty kewl for me to learn something... Late at night, I'll give a concert. Pretty different, huh? So... this is it. Got to read my new number of Wired... It's really kewl! That's it for today. C ya, Mhiguel
hey... As my website's diary is getting too personal and non-computer related. I'm a computer engineering student at the University of Evora, Portugal and i'm a wannabe hacker (and a geek, I guess!). I love computers, and have recently compiled my first kernel. I have three boxes where I work... My laptop has Mandrake 7.2, my 386 is running NucLinux and my Pentium IV is running Windows 98/Red Hat Linux... I'm on vacation, so, I brought my 386 from the attic, put it together in my room and installed nuclinux... It was pretty kewl. I'm building a LAN and this box is going for Proxy Server! I'm changing the templates for my Wiki PHP page, so, tomorrow or so, it's gonna be different. See ya, Mhiguel
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