I spent some time upgrading a few packages on my home computer. I installed kde 2. It looks much more polished than previous versions. One new noticeble feature was the kcrash application which displays a stack trace when a program crashes - although perhaps I should have seen that if everything was running smoothly. I am very impressed with konqueror. I would ditch netscape for konqueror if it could do https and if it didn't crash at startup when I am not running the kde desktop. My backspace key has been playing up for the last few days. I'm not sure what caused the problem but I have my suspicions. It served as a flashback to university and the evil ^H problem that existed on many of the terminals. I haven't worked out how to fix it yet.
I also managed to fix the problems that I was having with tuxracer. I had to be forceful with dpkg to install mesag3-glide2, to provide hardware acceleration on my voodoo2, without removing all the applications that depend on mesa.
Tomorrow will be a busy day. I have an interview scheduled for lunchtime. For my evening entertainment, I'm looking forward to "electronic" at the Manning Bar in Sydney Uni from 8pm. It features 10 different artists including b(if)tek, sub bass snarl and 5000 Fingers of Doctor T for just $10.
I ported the Linux Audio Developers Simple Plugin API to win32, by implementing win32 versions of the functions in dlfcn.h and dirent.h . I have added preliminary support for plugins to penguinsound.