I’ve been using Debian for about 10 years now. Debian was my first Linux distribution. For about 7 years I’ve been running a Debian m68k buildd now. For some time now I’ve been worrying about Debian and its future. IMHO, there are several reasons to worry about its future. a) Release cycles. Funny enough Martin… Continue reading Buildd.Net: version 0.96 of update-buildd.net released
Although the changes have been done in September, I finally uploaded the new version today. # – fixed a bug in recognition of running buildd processes # – fixed a bug in N-D-P detection You can find the updated version at http://buildd.net/files/update-buildd.net.
Heute morgen gab es Eisregen in Rostock. Auto freikratzen war nicht möglich, da die Eisschicht einfach zu dick war. Also was bleibt einem anderes übrig, als das zu tun, was man eigentlich nicht tun sollte: Motor laufen lassen und abwarten. Nach 10 Minuten war der Wagen dann ausreichend warm, daß man mit dem Eiskratzer nachhelfen… Continue reading Wireless Bridge Linksys WET54G
Ok, for some time now, I’ve been using my old Samsung Vm8100KXDT Laptop to connect my wired network to my Linksys WRT54GS router, which resides on another floor. Well, if you read my old Drupal blog, you may have noticed, that I complained several times about my Netgear WG311T PCI card, being not able to… Continue reading Blog migration finished
On this weekend, I finalized my blog migration from Drupal to Serendipity. I was somewhat surprised that my latest blog entry in Drupal gathered that much attention. It was the most read article on my (old) blog, mainly because it was featured by someone on the Drupal talk site. Anyway, my old blog is now… Continue reading Buildd.Net: new arm subarch added – armel
Aurelien Jarno asked me to add another arm port to Buildd.Net, namely armel – a new ABI version for newer little endian based arm boxes. Read more about that new arch in the Debian Wiki. Anyway, here it is: armel page on Buildd.Net – have fun!