lforrestster at gmail.com
Sun Dec 17 23:49:03 EST 2006
On Mon, Dec 18, 2006 at 04:06:01AM +0000, sindi keesan wrote:
> On Sun, 17 Dec 2006, Lee Forrest wrote:
> lots of emails.
> You sure have perked up the list recently.
Merely a catalyst. It was waiting to happen.
> One time nobody posted for a couple of weeks and people started
> to send test messages to see if it was broken. (Usually I clog
> it regularly).
No comment ;-)
> The rest of us are also learning from your experiences, tho I
> can't follow half of it.
Well, I can't follow all that wireless PCMCIA stuff either, though
I read it carefully and wish I could help.
> I learned I don't want a USB computer with half-height slots.
Indeed. Although it has been a very dependable machine. The only
thing I have had to do is recently replace the power supply
because the fan went bad.
(The CPU is passively cooled, so I keep the cover off and just
rest an open manila folder on the top to keep the dust out.)
> Did Debian ever compile anything for you?
Oh yes. I built many different 2.4.19 kernels with it.
Using the same sources.
That's why its failure now so baffling.
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