What’s on your wifi?

Things typically running on our home wifi: Xbox 360 Sony BDP-S580 Blu-ray player Nest Learning Thermostat My Phone (Samsung Focus) Diann’s Phone (Samsung Focus) Windows Home Server (HP MediaSmart LX195) Printer (Canon Pixma MX870) My work laptop (Dell Latitude E4300) Diann’s work laptop (Dell Latitude E4300) My home laptop (Macbook Pro – yes, it runs […]

Geeking Out at Home

Diann and I spent last night doing something we didn’t think we’d be doing yet: looking at houses online. To this date, I’ve avoided the insane Seattle real-estate market, but we figure it’s time to bite the bullet and jump in.  It just doesn’t show any indication of slowing down in the next 3 years […]

Oil Changes and Wireless, redux

So, much like [last time](http://www.marius.org/2007/05/02/oil_changes_and_wireless.php), I’m getting the oil changed (this time at [Michael’s Toyota](http://www.michaelstoyota.com/) for the Prius), and they’ve got wireless, which lets me get some work and web-browsing done. (This is probably the 6th time this week I’ve reached the [end of the internet](http://www.shibumi.org/eoti.htm)) Great that they have wireless, it’s open (no WEP), […]

FreeBSD 4.x on a Satellite 3005-S304

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 […]