November 13, 2006
Gentoo Take 2
I decided to retire my old RedHat 7.2 box. It has served me well for almost 4 years and it has gotten to the point that i can't even shoe horn new appications into it due to problems with libraries, the kernel, the web server, etc. I did an experiment with GenToo about a year or so ago and put it on an old Asus notebook computer I had lying around. It took me some time to get it installed (like a week) but once up and running it was flawless. I didn't end up doing as much with that box as I had planned, but now i have decided to convert and old PC to Gentoo and make that my new server. I will keep you up to date on how it's going. It should be a wild ride Mr Toad.
Posted by Hefe at 01:12 PM
November 06, 2006
Countries I've Visited
I ran across this while checking out a friends blog. This site allows you to enter the countries you've visited and then creates a map on the fly. So here's where i've been.
They say that's 6% of the world (14 countries total)
create your own visited countries map
or vertaling Duits Nederlands
Jason Ray, 42
Jason Ray died Oct. 29 at his Los Baños home. He was 42.
Mr. Ray was born Jan. 26, 1964 in Madera and raised in Los Baños (Los Banos). He attended local schools and graduated from Los Baños High School in 1982.
He is survived by parents Jerry and Kathy Ray of Los Baños; sister, Heather Roseman of Santa Cruz; one nephew and grandparents, John and Nel Silveria of Dos Palos.
Services will be held at 4 p.m., Sunday, at Whitehurst Funeral Chapel, 16524 S. Center Ave., Los Baños.