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macports

MacPorts Search

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Last month, I created a Google Custom Search of the MacPorts websites: the project home, the guide, the wiki, the tickets database, and the source code brow...

GNOME 2.18.2 is out

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GNOME has released version 2.18.2 of their platform and desktop software suites. MacPorts has some catching up to do. There is a diagram of the current statu...

Plugging away at GNOME

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Due to rough times this week, I still have not gotten GNOME built on my computer.

Pallet

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Pallet is the beginnings of an attempt to write a usable and free GUI for the MacPorts software porting system.

Broken GNOME

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My MacPorts-based installation of GNOME is broken. It seems that when I installed KDE Office to verify that some GNOME packages that KDE Office uses were not...

MacPorts / GNOME Report

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I managed to, within 3 days of GNOME releasing version 2.18.0, get the entire current GNOME Platform into MacPorts. It actually took only a few hours work, a...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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I know, I know. This seems more like a quarterly report than a weekly report, but it is more that I took a sabbatical from port maintenance than that I have ...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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GNOME has sound! (Actually ever since we ported gstreamer version 0.10.0+, GNOME has had working sound if the esd output was selected in the GNOME Preference...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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This is the first of what I hope will be a weekly report on the goings on with the GNOME packages carried by the MacPorts project.

Mid-August

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Things have been quiet of late. Its been more of the same-ol’, same-ol’.

Using portfile-update

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About 6 months ago, I threw together a script to help me automate the process of updating a Portfile for a package from GNOME ftp servers. I called the scrip...

portfile-update 0.1

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This evening I published a new tool for DarwinPorts called portfile-update. Run from a directory containing a DarwinPorts Portfile, it will upgrade the port ...

Changes in GNOME bindings…

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My auto-status tool for the GNOME packages in DarwinPorts broke because GNOME’s MD5 hashsum list for the official packages for 2.14.2 are different tha...

GNOME on DarwinPorts (2)

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Since my primary machine went down 2 weeks ago, I have had a chance (and a need) to reinstall GNOME from scratch with DarwinPorts. This has resulted in many ...

A Conversation with Marc

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On 29 Apr 2006, at 18:35, Marc wrote: Hey thanks a lot! I’m using fink; any advantages to using darwinports? I’m so glad I recently di...

glib/gtk

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Successfully upgraded glib and gtk to the GNOME 2.14.0 speced versions, albeit running GNOME 2.12.3 speced everything else.

DarwinPorts 1.2

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Darwinports released a new version of the port engine this week and it broke my scripts that maintain the GNOME on Darwinports page. For some damned reason, ...

GNOME on Mac OS X

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All I want is my GNOME tools to work on Mac OS X. It would be really cool if they ran as Aqua applications, but I’ll settle for using them in Apple&rsq...

GNOME on DarwinPorts

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I was nominated to be a commiter on the DarwinPorts project due to the number of ports that I have submitted upgrades for. Almost every port I have submitted...

GNOME on DarwinPorts Status

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A few of the core GNOME packages carried by DarwinPorts have been updated over the week. Most of my patches have been accepted and applied, but some have yet...

GNOME Platform for Darwin/Mac OS X

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I have posted the current status of the various packages provided by DarwinPorts for Mac OS X and Darwin that make up the GNOME platform, bindings, and deskt...

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gnome

Workplace Switcher

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Why does the commercial application display its icon in the GNOME Workspace Switcher (even though it is not full screen), but the open source applications do...

GNOME 2.18.2 is out

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GNOME has released version 2.18.2 of their platform and desktop software suites. MacPorts has some catching up to do. There is a diagram of the current statu...

Plugging away at GNOME

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Due to rough times this week, I still have not gotten GNOME built on my computer.

Broken GNOME

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My MacPorts-based installation of GNOME is broken. It seems that when I installed KDE Office to verify that some GNOME packages that KDE Office uses were not...

MacPorts / GNOME Report

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I managed to, within 3 days of GNOME releasing version 2.18.0, get the entire current GNOME Platform into MacPorts. It actually took only a few hours work, a...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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I know, I know. This seems more like a quarterly report than a weekly report, but it is more that I took a sabbatical from port maintenance than that I have ...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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GNOME has sound! (Actually ever since we ported gstreamer version 0.10.0+, GNOME has had working sound if the esd output was selected in the GNOME Preference...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

1 minute read

This is the first of what I hope will be a weekly report on the goings on with the GNOME packages carried by the MacPorts project.

Changes in GNOME bindings…

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My auto-status tool for the GNOME packages in DarwinPorts broke because GNOME’s MD5 hashsum list for the official packages for 2.14.2 are different tha...

GNOME on DarwinPorts (2)

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Since my primary machine went down 2 weeks ago, I have had a chance (and a need) to reinstall GNOME from scratch with DarwinPorts. This has resulted in many ...

A Conversation with Marc

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On 29 Apr 2006, at 18:35, Marc wrote: Hey thanks a lot! I’m using fink; any advantages to using darwinports? I’m so glad I recently di...

GNOME on Mac OS X

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All I want is my GNOME tools to work on Mac OS X. It would be really cool if they ran as Aqua applications, but I’ll settle for using them in Apple&rsq...

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family

20 Miles

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Yesterday I rode a little more than 20 miles on the Washington & Old Dominion trail. Isabella rode with me, and apparently slept most of the trip. This w...

Afraid of Risk

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I used to be totally flexible in my life. It (my live, my future) was wide open, on some arid plains somewhere, full of beauty and possibility.

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

Letting Go

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Chrysta is taking it harder than I am.

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

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We visited the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden today. Augusta had been demanding this week that we go to Richmond to the Children’s Museum of Richmond (s...

Long Week

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This past week has been LOOONNNNGGGG.

Little Black Bridge (2)

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Chysta (my wife) reports that Augusta repeatedly stated that “Daddy made me a bridge. I’m Special” when she was reading to her in bed Sunda...

I’m a Nut!

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I love myself I think I’m grand. I go to the movie Just to hold my hand. I wrap my arms Around my waist. I get so fresh I slap my face...

Riding to the Park

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This afternoon Augusta and I rode Chrysta’s bicycle to McIntire Park. I rode Chrysta’s bike since the rear inner tube on mine had a leak at the v...

What’s the Matter?

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Yesterday Augusta, my 2 year old daughter, climbed onto a bunk bed that is in her room (we got it used knowing that soon we will need the bunking capability)...

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work

Upgraded Fedora

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I just upgraded my laptop at work to Fedora 9, and I really like the new package manager, but otherwise am ambivalent about the upgrade. I recommend that upg...

My Laptop at Work

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I recently began working at Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS). TCS is (as I understand things) a Linux shop transitioning from a being a Solaris shop.

DHCP in VMware Server

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I need to run a virtual machine on my work computer that provides DHCP services on a host-only network. Unfortunately, VMWare Server on Linux does not provid...

Getting Short

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[googleapps domain=“spreadsheets” dir=“pub” query=“key=pXT1NE0qatrjGoaxTWMRidw&output=html&gid=0&single=true&wi...

Nasty Nasty Scare

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The night before last, Friday morning at about 0100 hours actually, I went to the emergency room with chest pains. While it turns out that it was not a heart...

Long Week

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This past week has been LOOONNNNGGGG.

Mid-August

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Things have been quiet of late. Its been more of the same-ol’, same-ol’.

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weekly report

MacPorts / GNOME Report

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I managed to, within 3 days of GNOME releasing version 2.18.0, get the entire current GNOME Platform into MacPorts. It actually took only a few hours work, a...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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I know, I know. This seems more like a quarterly report than a weekly report, but it is more that I took a sabbatical from port maintenance than that I have ...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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GNOME has sound! (Actually ever since we ported gstreamer version 0.10.0+, GNOME has had working sound if the esd output was selected in the GNOME Preference...

MacPorts / GNOME Weekly Report

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This is the first of what I hope will be a weekly report on the goings on with the GNOME packages carried by the MacPorts project.

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mac os x

Spanning Sync

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Update: As of June 2013, Spanning Sync was overcome by events (changes in OS X and Google made it obsolete) and the developer ceased supporting it.

Pallet

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Pallet is the beginnings of an attempt to write a usable and free GUI for the MacPorts software porting system.

MacPorts / GNOME Report

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I managed to, within 3 days of GNOME releasing version 2.18.0, get the entire current GNOME Platform into MacPorts. It actually took only a few hours work, a...

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fedora

Upgrading to Fedora 10

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Yesterday morning I upgraded my work laptop from Fedora 9 to Fedora 10. Other than a couple of issues outlined below, the experience seemed reasonable:

Transmission Goodness

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I used Transmission on my iMac to download Fedora so I could install it on my work computer and on an older PowerBook I have. I have been serving it up for t...

Upgraded Fedora

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I just upgraded my laptop at work to Fedora 9, and I really like the new package manager, but otherwise am ambivalent about the upgrade. I recommend that upg...

My Laptop at Work

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I recently began working at Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS). TCS is (as I understand things) a Linux shop transitioning from a being a Solaris shop.

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pallet

Pallet

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Pallet is the beginnings of an attempt to write a usable and free GUI for the MacPorts software porting system.

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vmware

Upgrading to Fedora 10

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Yesterday morning I upgraded my work laptop from Fedora 9 to Fedora 10. Other than a couple of issues outlined below, the experience seemed reasonable:

My Laptop at Work

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I recently began working at Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS). TCS is (as I understand things) a Linux shop transitioning from a being a Solaris shop.

DHCP in VMware Server

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I need to run a virtual machine on my work computer that provides DHCP services on a host-only network. Unfortunately, VMWare Server on Linux does not provid...

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childhood

I’m a Nut!

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I love myself I think I’m grand. I go to the movie Just to hold my hand. I wrap my arms Around my waist. I get so fresh I slap my face...

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brio

Little Black Bridge (2)

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Chysta (my wife) reports that Augusta repeatedly stated that “Daddy made me a bridge. I’m Special” when she was reading to her in bed Sunda...

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wooden train

Little Black Bridge (2)

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Chysta (my wife) reports that Augusta repeatedly stated that “Daddy made me a bridge. I’m Special” when she was reading to her in bed Sunda...

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biking

20 Miles

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Yesterday I rode a little more than 20 miles on the Washington & Old Dominion trail. Isabella rode with me, and apparently slept most of the trip. This w...

Gone

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Yesterday I rode my bicycle from Chris Greene Lake to home after work, and somewhere along the ride my wedding band disappeared.

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chicago

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kansas city

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linux

My Laptop at Work

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I recently began working at Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS). TCS is (as I understand things) a Linux shop transitioning from a being a Solaris shop.

DHCP in VMware Server

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I need to run a virtual machine on my work computer that provides DHCP services on a host-only network. Unfortunately, VMWare Server on Linux does not provid...

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upgrade

Upgrading to Fedora 10

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Yesterday morning I upgraded my work laptop from Fedora 9 to Fedora 10. Other than a couple of issues outlined below, the experience seemed reasonable:

Upgraded Fedora

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I just upgraded my laptop at work to Fedora 9, and I really like the new package manager, but otherwise am ambivalent about the upgrade. I recommend that upg...

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google

Spanning Sync

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Update: As of June 2013, Spanning Sync was overcome by events (changes in OS X and Google made it obsolete) and the developer ceased supporting it.

MacPorts Search

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Last month, I created a Google Custom Search of the MacPorts websites: the project home, the guide, the wiki, the tickets database, and the source code brow...

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eSite

eSite

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I had been maintaining my site with a combination of online tools (Blogger mostly, .Mac, and a bunch of google searches), some tools I installed via Darwinpo...

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php

Mid-August

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Things have been quiet of late. Its been more of the same-ol’, same-ol’.

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sharepoint

Mid-August

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Things have been quiet of late. Its been more of the same-ol’, same-ol’.

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stress

Nasty Nasty Scare

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The night before last, Friday morning at about 0100 hours actually, I went to the emergency room with chest pains. While it turns out that it was not a heart...

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lost + found

Gone

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Yesterday I rode my bicycle from Chris Greene Lake to home after work, and somewhere along the ride my wedding band disappeared.

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wedding

Gone

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Yesterday I rode my bicycle from Chris Greene Lake to home after work, and somewhere along the ride my wedding band disappeared.

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gardening

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

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We visited the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden today. Augusta had been demanding this week that we go to Richmond to the Children’s Museum of Richmond (s...

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alexandria

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photos

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amtrak

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army

Getting Short

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[googleapps domain=“spreadsheets” dir=“pub” query=“key=pXT1NE0qatrjGoaxTWMRidw&output=html&gid=0&single=true&wi...

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randomness

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christopher wood

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

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cleveland

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

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jasper wood

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

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lecture

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

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movie

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

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short

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

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streetcar

Streetcar!

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http://www.youtube.com/p/851670FD59236321

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cocoa

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macports.framework

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objective-c

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contribution

DHCP in VMware Server

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I need to run a virtual machine on my work computer that provides DHCP services on a host-only network. Unfortunately, VMWare Server on Linux does not provid...

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patch

DHCP in VMware Server

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I need to run a virtual machine on my work computer that provides DHCP services on a host-only network. Unfortunately, VMWare Server on Linux does not provid...

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solaris

My Laptop at Work

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I recently began working at Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS). TCS is (as I understand things) a Linux shop transitioning from a being a Solaris shop.

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windows

My Laptop at Work

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I recently began working at Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS). TCS is (as I understand things) a Linux shop transitioning from a being a Solaris shop.

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banking

Writing Checks

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Recently I’ve been writing a number of checks instead of using a credit or debit card to pay for things. It feels far more satisfying in some way that ...

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checks

Writing Checks

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Recently I’ve been writing a number of checks instead of using a credit or debit card to pay for things. It feels far more satisfying in some way that ...

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credit

Writing Checks

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Recently I’ve been writing a number of checks instead of using a credit or debit card to pay for things. It feels far more satisfying in some way that ...

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debit

Writing Checks

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Recently I’ve been writing a number of checks instead of using a credit or debit card to pay for things. It feels far more satisfying in some way that ...

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finances

Writing Checks

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Recently I’ve been writing a number of checks instead of using a credit or debit card to pay for things. It feels far more satisfying in some way that ...

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satisfaction

Writing Checks

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Recently I’ve been writing a number of checks instead of using a credit or debit card to pay for things. It feels far more satisfying in some way that ...

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mornings

An excellent run

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I recently began running again. I had fallen into this strange I feel bad because I don’t exercise and I don't exercise because I feel bad loop, but I ...

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running

An excellent run

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I recently began running again. I had fallen into this strange I feel bad because I don’t exercise and I don't exercise because I feel bad loop, but I ...

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torrent

Transmission Goodness

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I used Transmission on my iMac to download Fedora so I could install it on my work computer and on an older PowerBook I have. I have been serving it up for t...

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addiction

Stupid Little Facebook Applications

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I discovered today that a Facebook application that I had used as an amusement had been changed so that it spammed almost every one on my Friends list. Grr. ...

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facebook

Stupid Little Facebook Applications

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I discovered today that a Facebook application that I had used as an amusement had been changed so that it spammed almost every one on my Friends list. Grr. ...

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stupidity

Stupid Little Facebook Applications

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I discovered today that a Facebook application that I had used as an amusement had been changed so that it spammed almost every one on my Friends list. Grr. ...

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itunes

Off the Wall

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I recently heard a song on the radio that made me realize that my music collection was missing a critical album: Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall. It&rs...

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music

Off the Wall

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I recently heard a song on the radio that made me realize that my music collection was missing a critical album: Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall. It&rs...

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fear

Afraid of Risk

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I used to be totally flexible in my life. It (my live, my future) was wide open, on some arid plains somewhere, full of beauty and possibility.

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life

Afraid of Risk

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I used to be totally flexible in my life. It (my live, my future) was wide open, on some arid plains somewhere, full of beauty and possibility.

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openness

Afraid of Risk

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I used to be totally flexible in my life. It (my live, my future) was wide open, on some arid plains somewhere, full of beauty and possibility.

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risk

Afraid of Risk

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I used to be totally flexible in my life. It (my live, my future) was wide open, on some arid plains somewhere, full of beauty and possibility.

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inbox 0

Inbox Control

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I have been using the Inbox 0 system to manage my email at work for a couple of months. It’s working out mostly, as I find that I sometimes let my Inbo...

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shameless commerce

Spanning Sync

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Update: As of June 2013, Spanning Sync was overcome by events (changes in OS X and Google made it obsolete) and the developer ceased supporting it.

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single copy

Spanning Sync

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Update: As of June 2013, Spanning Sync was overcome by events (changes in OS X and Google made it obsolete) and the developer ceased supporting it.

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spanning sync

Spanning Sync

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Update: As of June 2013, Spanning Sync was overcome by events (changes in OS X and Google made it obsolete) and the developer ceased supporting it.

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idisk

MobileMe and Incompatible Browsers

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I had gotten used to using my iDisk to hold personal stuff that I need when I’m at drills, but was surprised to see the following when attempting to ge...

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incompatiblity

MobileMe and Incompatible Browsers

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I had gotten used to using my iDisk to hold personal stuff that I need when I’m at drills, but was surprised to see the following when attempting to ge...

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internet explorer

MobileMe and Incompatible Browsers

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I had gotten used to using my iDisk to hold personal stuff that I need when I’m at drills, but was surprised to see the following when attempting to ge...

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mobileme

MobileMe and Incompatible Browsers

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I had gotten used to using my iDisk to hold personal stuff that I need when I’m at drills, but was surprised to see the following when attempting to ge...

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interoperability

MobileMe and Incompatible Browsers

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I had gotten used to using my iDisk to hold personal stuff that I need when I’m at drills, but was surprised to see the following when attempting to ge...

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Jenkins

A Jenkins Node Daemon on OS X

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Update: Use Jenkins Slave for OS X instead. It’s based on these gists and has the benefit of being maintained.

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continuous integration

A Jenkins Node Daemon on OS X

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Update: Use Jenkins Slave for OS X instead. It’s based on these gists and has the benefit of being maintained.

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development

A Jenkins Node Daemon on OS X

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Update: Use Jenkins Slave for OS X instead. It’s based on these gists and has the benefit of being maintained.

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OS X

A Jenkins Node Daemon on OS X

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Update: Use Jenkins Slave for OS X instead. It’s based on these gists and has the benefit of being maintained.

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tintin

Tintin and the Diamond Smugglers

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The other day, while watching some child’s television show (I think it was the Power Puff Girls), for some reason I was thinking of Herge’s Tinti...

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nickelodeon

Tintin and the Diamond Smugglers

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The other day, while watching some child’s television show (I think it was the Power Puff Girls), for some reason I was thinking of Herge’s Tinti...

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crime

Tintin and the Diamond Smugglers

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The other day, while watching some child’s television show (I think it was the Power Puff Girls), for some reason I was thinking of Herge’s Tinti...

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capitolism

The Law is a Commodity

2 minute read

The other day, as I was near the end of Neal Stephenson’s The Baroque Cycle, I espied a television in the dining facility running one of those shows wh...

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law

The Law is a Commodity

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The other day, as I was near the end of Neal Stephenson’s The Baroque Cycle, I espied a television in the dining facility running one of those shows wh...

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commodities

The Law is a Commodity

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The other day, as I was near the end of Neal Stephenson’s The Baroque Cycle, I espied a television in the dining facility running one of those shows wh...

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baroque cycle

The Law is a Commodity

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The other day, as I was near the end of Neal Stephenson’s The Baroque Cycle, I espied a television in the dining facility running one of those shows wh...

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macos

Time Machine and Space

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After some continual struggles to manage disk space on my 2013 MacBook Pro (when purchased, I went for the small disk and maximum RAM), I found a command to ...

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disk space

Time Machine and Space

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After some continual struggles to manage disk space on my 2013 MacBook Pro (when purchased, I went for the small disk and maximum RAM), I found a command to ...

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