Archive for October, 2005
Well, I’ve been busy getting my laptop (a Dell D600) up to scratch. I’ve written up the Windows install. The Linux page will follow. I’ve been holding off until I had a new kernel on the machine. My “non-devfs” hacked up initrd wasn’t working. In the end I happened to see that initramfs is now [...]
In an effort to make life faster the next time I do this, I’ve documented the changes I made to the pre-installed XP on my Dell laptop.
A fairly sad state of affairs I’m afraid. Windows might not exactly be brilliant but at least it’s a bit nicer for this – if you are using firefox then you can use openwebfolder on windows to avoid using MSIE. On Linux, the best tool seems to be cadaver – a command line tool like [...]
Started my new job today Rather cool – it’s so nice to be working on building something – recently I’ve felt like I’ve spent most of my time fixing things or hand holding. I’m sure future article will arrive on setting up my new laptop (Dell or Sony ATM), but probably WebDAV will be first [...]
Earlier today I was driving towards some traffic lights when they changed from red to green. This was very good, but made me have an idea – countdowns for traffic lights. It would be good to have some idea of how long you have to wait – giving you time to do something else (such [...]