2 Oct 2004 miconof   » (Observer)

Hi, i don't post in here since a long time...

I just got my new laptop a x31 to remplace my powerbook G4 (it's my father one, i will give it back to him).
I installed NetBSD on it. To boot the installer i use a usb drive which was recognise as a hard drive by the bios. The only thing to be carreful is to select (after pluging the usb drive) the drive boot order under the bios and to put the usb drive in first. For the momment i'm configuring (playing in fact), but i will restart all the installation from the begining to make an hibernation part on my hard drive.

I also work on my project Caps http://freshmeat.net/~caps/ or http://www.caps-project.com. Which is a new hotline multi-OS client and server.

I will also move my personnal server which is actualy run under NetBSD on an eden 500mhz on a compaq proliant ml370 petium III 1ghz that a friend give to me, thanks Raph :-) . Because it's a real server, and really noisy, i must build a wood case with fan to put it in my toilet.

One of the last thing i do also is to install an old version of Linux 2.0.33 MkLinux on my powermac 6100/60 which i will use to monitor my server with MRTG.

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