Archive for the tag "network"
I think that I am not wrong when I say that Networkmanager is the de-facto way of network configuration management in Linux. Most Linux distributions have implemented it. Slackware on the other hand, traditionally encourages the use of “vi” for network configuration management (by editing “/etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf“)… but in recent times, the WICD daemon has been […]
I had a lot of fun creating my Easter Egg for Slackware 13.37. It did not matter that Pat announced it on the slackware.com front page – it’s OK that it got some exposure. The added functionality is useful enough. So, why an easteregg at all… and what about that PXE server? In the last […]
I am less than mobile at the moment. Recovery from surgery takes longer than I expected (one week has passed and I still can wear normal trousers only for short periods of time). It takes me some effort to go up two stairs and work at my Slackware desktop system, so that left me less […]
I am at home because I can not work… due to recent surgery (inguinal hernia) I can only “sit” (or rather, lean back) in a soft couch and can not wear other trousers than jogging pants. But this is boring! So I thought of stuff to do – things I had been neglecting. My Wiki […]