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Friday July 23, 2004
02:32 AM

[MarkovBlogger] my heart.

[ #20014 ]

...when you have to get onto another plane, to profuse apologies and vague promises of X people who aren't employed by you, aren't in use, that supports multiple interface inheritance, like Java. And the backup directories on as tables, and lots of keeps. Either I was impressed that straight after lunch, and desserts for the first movie began and the rewrite will happen if I can now all taken care of. The canonical Peaberry coffee comes from Jimi Hendrix's Purple Haze (well, almost!)

Dear Log,

«American household appliances are sucking up energy even when they are switched off, according to researchers in Ithaca, New York. "Off doesn't mean off any more, but standby," says Mark Pierce of Cornell University's college of human ecology. The average American home has 20 electrical appliances that need power for timers, clocks, memory and remote on and off switches, he calculates. These vampires quietly cost consumers a total of $3bn a year - or about $200 per household. "We're using the equivalent of seven electrical generating plants just to supply the amount of electricity needed to support the standby power of our vampire appliances," he says.»

--"Power of the vampires"

TWENTY never-really-off appliances, on average? Is this about when each uses mod_perl and about halfway through. I don't even know if it worked at O'Reilly is Ambassador: I want to stick my head while I'm a bit surprised at how slow writing goes. I can try them. (see the RSS readers page for a while.

Thanks, Jarkko, Jon, and John. :) (Not in that language that I recovered well from that, actually -- I got Qwest DSL installed, Gamespy has warned me that not all of Once More With Feeling the musical episode of "Strange World" last week. The extreme right wing thought around Paris. Even though no two production web servers or even POD. After much fighting and reading their comic books.) Hopefully this will be vying for the $64 question. Is the humanitarian aid enough? Will the forces against you in foreign lands, you can do too much ground and running on Intel. If HURD worked on from one table, I probably won't post there will be a bigger pain than I am tired, and very, very true. Well put. First, I must admit that certain things (like *this*) out.

Yesterday I was an emergency london.pm meeting last night and someone on the slides for us.

I apologize for forming my impressions of Fedora Core 1.

  • On the laptop: Upgrading a system which has Ximian Desktop installed doesn't work well. It breaks bigtime. To be fair, the installer does detect that something is not quite right and warns you not to proceed. Heed that advice. I didn't. I had to do a complete re-installation of the OS. So I have a pristine new Fedora installation.
  • On the desktop: If, like me, your computer has a wireless card which relies on the wlan-ng drivers then you're on your own. RPMs for these drivers don't exist yet so you'll have to build them from scratch. This is made harder as the default Fedora installation doesn't appear to include kernel-source. I decided to wimp out and wait for prebuilt RPMs. Of course I didn't realise this would be a problem until _after_ I installed Fedora. I now have a nice new re-installation of RedHat 9 on that machine.
  • These errors were all my fault. Fedora itself seems very nice. It's just RedHat 10 - or rather what RedHat 10 would have been. If you liked RedHat 8 and 9 (and I did) then you'll like Fedora even more.

Really.

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