OnLamp has an excellent interview with OpenBSD developers, including Damien Bergamini and Marco Peereboom. They discuss the features of the new 3.7 Release as well as the integration (or lack thereof) of ProPolice into GCC.
While lurking in #ruby-lang on freenode, someone (chris2, actually) mentioned this article from www.joelonsoftware.com, about coding style. It’s a very interesting article which just might change the way you code! Definitely a must read.
“We fixed some security problems in this release, so please try to upgrade soon. See our security page for details.” Get it at sourceforge
Slashdot linked to a nice IBM article about installing linux on a mac mini. check it out here. I’m probably getting a powerbook… once I convince myself that more debt isn’t so bad. Hey it’s the American way after all, isn’t it?
Opie for the SL-C3000 is still very young, and buggy, and annoying. OpenBSD for the SL-C3000 is also very young. pdaXrom doesn’t even have a version for the SL-C3000 yet. So I decided “screw this” I’m going to use the english translation of the original Sharp ROM. How did I do it? With the help of this fine document at www.xlfag.com (All I needed to change was /mnt/cf to /mnt/card because I used an SD card instead of CF). I would hug the guy that wrote that… but instead I’ll just praise him here 😉 Same thing right?