Looks like the discussion draft of the proposed GPLv3 has been posted for review. The ironic thing, in my mind, is this nugget just before the preamble: Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. Now, clearly, I'm no lawyer, but that seems to […]
This document serves to remind me later what steps I took to get anti-virus software up and running on my FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE-p1 system. I'm using the stock sendmail 8.12.9 that comes with FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE (by my count it's at roughly patchlevel 2..) I also plan to only use one copy of the MTA rather than […]
Well, I'm still working on getting things punched back in. The FreeBSD pages are back online, as are the Home Automation pages (albeit not much to see in the Home Automation section). I'm still trying to find some time (ha!) to do some HTML and CSS changes to the site to make things look a […]
After reading Brad Choate's article on rebuilding your entire website with MT, I've started rebuilding the static pages under MT as well. So, for the time being, they'll be unavailable. (This includes the FreeBSD pages, my digital photography pages, wireless pages, and a few others. They'll be back online soon enough.
ports/79937 – Upgrade graphics/head to version 2.3 ports/65236 – Upgrade graphics/jhead to version 2.1 ports/57144 – Upgrade mail/dspam to version 2.7.1 misc/50299 – Allow underscores in hostnames and domain names in the FreeBSD resolver ports/41126 – Update graphics/jhead to version 1.8 to resolve some flash detection issues on Canon and Fuji digital cameras ports/38457 – […]
This page describes my experiences installing FreeBSD on a Toshiba Satellite S3005-S304 series laptop. This should be the exact same procedure as the Satellite S3000-S304 series laptop. Page layout and things are heavily borrowed from Dan Pelleg's FreeBSD on a Thinkpad X23 page. This page assumes you know how to install ports, compile kernels, and […]