The online version of the GNU C Library manual was updated yesterday.
Just filed the application for transfer to Civil Service. I'll end up serving 4 months extra duty for that, 16 months in total.
In Norway, where I currently live, there is conscription, as there is in half the nations of the world. It is demanded that you make yourself available for the military machinery of the state for 12 months and are willing to take the lives of others and jeopardize your own.
Update: 2 months extra for doing Civil Service, 14 months in total.
I was disappointed, because Allchin's comments ignored all of the reasoning behind the widespread change from the term "free software" to the term "open source." (While there is a lot of overlap between the ideals of the free software movement and the open source movement, the two are not identical.)
I'm amused that O'Reilly makes open source look like swine.
Arrived Brussels with Annett on Thursday.
Unsupported on-disk structure for file /opt/interbase/data1/data/Nfr.gdb; found 9, support 1019:31: Move Slackware server to Debian GNU/Linux for client along with Ingvar.
einn ~ $ uname -a SunOS einn.ifi.uio.no 5.7 Generic sun4u sparc einn ~ $ /bin/vi foo xterm-debian: Unknown terminal type
[Using open mode] Segmentation Fault
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