Random thoughts from a functional dysfunctional.
«A set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality for the community that shares them, especially in an intellectual discipline»
«an uncomfortable feeling caused by holding two contradictory ideas simultaneously»
«destruction of religious symbols, or, by extension, established dogma or conventions»
«love of wisdom»
«characterized by an ostentatious display of dignity or importance»
Once you have gathered the hardware, grab the required software:
OpenBSD is easy to get. Patching is another story. No fancy windows update, yum, or apt-get. Nope, you patch the source code and recompile. Hardcore baby!
Not that bad if you consider most patches come with fairly detailed instructions.
The mandatory bathroom material is excellent. Read, and read again. Anyway, we go to the bathroom a few times a day right ?
We all know Eleanor. I for one, work with her. She immigrated some years ago. Not many friends here. Not that she's not a nice person; just that she cannot relate it seems. Her ties are far from here. Far away, but still close to her. You can see it in her eyes. She just loves life. How come she seems so lonely? I guess the fact she moved away from home left her with this feeling she must remain strong; not to shed any doubt on her decison. Not to give in.
Her father passed away
From a dlink DI-604 to an old Optiplex GX-1 acquired for 50$ (CDN!) running smoothwall, we're talking a step up here buddy pal. Got that box with 768MB of PC-100 SDRAM! Do you really think I was going to settle for less ?
First, I decided I was going to run OpenBSD. OK, I'm Canadian And when I installed FreeBSD, it barfed at my French Canadian keyboard, what a turn off.
But, more to the point, PF was born with OpenBSD. So why the hell not.
Updated 03-07-2010 at 04:52 PM by Dick Blonov
Are you happy with your lone PC connected to your DSL or cable modem? Then I suggest you bugger off. The following entries will make you sick to your stomach. Entries, yes.
I've always been turned on by technology.
I just have to know how things work. Ever since I was a kid. I stripped apart my first toaster at 8. Then on to bigger and better things. Like my Dad's stereo. Not my best idea, but I got it apart and back together before he got home from work. Which brings
Updated 03-07-2010 at 04:51 PM by Dick Blonov