|2001-08-28 00:00:00 61|
- My brother just sent me a nice one lined email today: "You have
nothing to complain about? Learn how to spell."
|2001-08-27 00:00:00 60|
- Everything is good. I'm trying to think of something to complain about
but for once I cannot think of anything.
|2001-08-22 00:00:00 59|
- It has been a great week so far. Linear algebra is just like algebra 2
from the tenth grade. Physics is still in the intro stupid phase. In
physics everyone has a keypad to answer questions asked in class. There
was a really easy mass-volume-density-dimension problem today and only 40%
of the class got it right.
|2001-08-19 00:00:00 58|
- I've got RedHat set up pretty good on Bill. My video driver installed on
the first try and samba was simple to get working. I even upgraded my
kernel to 2.4.9. Berryhill and I figured out how to get samba to work
right in Mandrake 8 today. That's one of the reasons I wanted to switch
back to RedHat. My other reason was that I couldn't get a kernel that I
compiled to work at all in Mandrake. My 2.4.9 kernel worked great after my
second attempt because I left out my network and sound drivers the first
|2001-08-18 00:00:00 57|
- Wheee, band camp is over.
- I got rid of mandrake last night and now I am working on getting
RedHat 7.1 to my liking.
|2001-08-12 00:00:00 56|
Band camp started today. Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! (with a just a hint
of sarcasim) I got my uniform after about an hour wait. It takes a long
time to find stuff to fit someone who is 6'4" apparently. At one point
they gave me pants with a 32" waist and a 64" coat to try on. Hmmmmmmm.
Anyway I ended up with ~40" pants and a 48 jacket so everything is nice
even though a little baggy. There was a music rehearsal and I really
sucked. I haven't played my trumpet but once or twice this summer. Then we
marched from 6:30 to 9:30. I'm so tired now. Think I'll go to bed.
Brumfield moved in today. His room in Hathorn (or Cresswell, I mix
Berryhill came down this weekend from Southaven. He was helping Becky
move in. Becky's apartment is awesome. It makes College Park look like
crap. Well, College Park is crap. We had a nice "house warming" party
Most of the floor in my room is visible now. My sink and the counter
around it shine. I just cleaned up the kitchen some too. Our garbage
disposal has still not been fixed even though it has been a week since we
reported that it was broken.
|2001-08-10 00:00:00 55|
- I wrote an awful script last night to run as a cron job on bill that
will write the ip of the Win98 DSL server on a page I can find on the net.
First of all it ftp's to ra.msstate.edu as me and immediately disconnects.
Then it fingers me at ra to see where my last login was from and echos the
output from finger into a file. Then this horrible program I wrote in C
extracts the ip from the file and makes an output file named index.html
that has enough html in it to be useful. The script then ftp's to ra again
and uploads the new index.html. This happens pretty regularly at 3 minutes
after the hour.
|2001-08-08 00:00:00 54|
- I have ALL of my mp3's organized now. All 2.5 GB of them. Every group
that I have > 2 songs gets its own directory. Everything else was dumped
into "misc." My Radiohead is the biggest at 244MB followed by Nirvana at
112MB and Collective Soul at 110MB. In doing this I cleaned up my /home
partition a lot and have it down to only 46% used. Here is my current
I must be pretty bored to be taking time to write this stuff. Anyway in my
file system setup I wasted a lot of space for /. Even with /bin, /etc,
/lib, /root, /boot, and /dev it is only 53MB. That's crazy, but maybe some
of those directories are linked from /usr. As far as I can tell they are
not. I know why my /tmp directory is so clean, it is because I have a 2GB
SCSI drive dedicated to it and there is nothing there at the moment.
|2001-08-07 00:00:00 53|
- I wrote the most beautiful Java script for work today.
- I have began the great task of organizing my mp3's. I'm trying to
group them in subdirectories by artist.
- The best "radio station" in the world is http://220.127.116.11:8002. It will
only work if you have a nice connect to the internet though. Heark Cooks
Brain by Modest Mouse just came on and sounds pree on and sounds pretty good.
|2001-08-06 00:00:00 52|
- This weekend was interesting. I picked David up from the W last Thursday
and he spent the night in Starkville. I went to work early Friday morning so
that David and I could leave around 12. The trip home went pretty good even
though my air did not work. When we got home me and my dad got one of the guys
he works with to help us put some R-12 in my car. I saw a few
people Friday night. I talked to Mr Donald until almost 3am.
He is fairly irritated about the upcoming parking policy for MSU football
games. Then Saturday I cleaned my car and made it pretty. David and I went to
Woodville to see our grandmother. I went to sleep really early Saturday night.
I got up at 7 Sunday morning and left for Starkville a little before 8. My air
was so cold. When I got back I had to go to Simrall and paint ISIP on the wall
of the demo room. It took me at least 2.5 hours of prep time because I taped up
everything really good andod and used an exacto knife to cut the letters out with.
We did not finish the room until about 10pm.
- Hehe, lots of people are switching to StarOffice and away from that
crap Microsoft calls software.
Here's a story. I just can't wait until StarOffice 6 comes out.