NCLUG Hacking Society Meeting Minutes
jafo at tummy.com
Tue Jun 18 22:58:26 MDT 2002
I worked on adding diff and rm support to mp3farm.
Played with xbindkeys and started packaging the omnibook kernel module
Set up mailing lists for fostering dogs and cats for the Larimer County Humane
Society. Fixed some problems with links to the hackingsociety web-site, based
on feedback from folks. Added a few new links to the hackingsociety site. Made
a Zope extension which verifies credit card numbers.
Worked on setting up some type of road-worrier VPN for his laptop.
Finished up a spam assassin RPM for the Cobalt RAQ 3/4. Played around with
Moon Buggy and cowsay. Started to get the multimedia keys working on his
Problems with both hardware and software, so he played a part of the peanut
gallery. Did check his e-mail though. Wohoo!
Tried to figure out about the kernel key-tables and read some literature when
he got tired of that. Most of the time was spent reading literature. ;-)
Played with the new version of Gnome MultiTerminal. Told vacation stories,
his pilgramage to Bletchley Park.
Playing around with his Orinoco card, but found he doesn't have kernel
modules for PCMCIA, so he'll need to rebuild the kernel.
Installing KRUD 7.3 on her laptop. Seems like it's working.
Getting usage stats from our SQL database and aggregating them into readable
fields for our meta-clients to show our sub-clients.
Systematically destroyed a laptop. Theoretically it can be rebuilt. Apparently
it's name will be "frank"...
Assisted in the destruction of the laptop, trying to get some basic knowledge.
Putting together a contact manager for his wife and him to manage all their
You know you're in Canada when: The petrol-station attendant describes
-30 degrees C as "she's a bit nippy out there, eh?".
Sean Reifschneider, Inimitably Superfluous <jafo at tummy.com>
tummy.com - Linux Consulting since 1995. Qmail, KRUD, Firewalls, Python
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