I updated the site to drupal 7. It went smoothly, but I lost a lot of functionality.... Thus there will be a completely rewritten site here relatively soon.
Of open source works and magick obscura.
I've had the desktop computer running non-stop for almost two months now. It's got Ubuntu 10.10 running and I let the updates run every now and then.
Today when I was about to start working on some flex code, I noticed update manager had gone zombie in the middle of upgrading the 'mount' package. I tried stopping it and restarting several times and it failed whatsoever at stage preparing replacement for package mount<blablabla> so I decided it's time to restart the heap of junk for once. When I restarted I got "General error mounting filesystems," and the maintenance shell. After wondering about it a bit I noticed that the mount upgrade had left /bin/mount without the execute bit set and thus the system could not run it.
I was playing a bit with KDE on my work computer running Ubuntu 10.10 and was wondering why it was a bit sluggish and didn't look that good even though the computer isn't that slow. Turns out desktop effects were disabled and I couldn't switch them on and there was no actual error message stating the reason.
Solution was simple:
- (backup and) delete ~/.kde/share/config/kwinrc
- kwin --replace
Running kwin on console printed out info about it finding NVidia opengl drivers and enabling desktop effects.
I'm actually amazed I haven't seen that much bad movies in my life. Maybe I've just managed to watch only the good movies, or maybe I've just stopped watching every time there's been something bad on and forgotten about it. And the only really bad zombie movie I can recall was House of the Dead, which was aired just a couple months ago and I could only watch first 20 minutes of it. Then I decided it was time for some Fallout goodness. Anywho, during the last month we've gone and bought three bluray movies to take advantage of our ps3 (aside from playing fallout on it) and seems two thirds of them were utter shit. The other half wanted Twilight(the first one). I haven't even watched it, but she tells me it's not worth watching and is total bs compared to the books.
First week in a new job is behind me. I like it. The company is good, the people are nice and the job interesting. First time I'm working on something such large scale that the estimated user base is millions rather than thousands as in the projects I've worked on earlier. I think I might elaborate when we get to public beta.
The kid decided to start standing up leaning on her toybox. This happened on Monday, and she was only 5months, two weeks old. Now she's trying stand up all the time(and fails every now and then with a loud thud.)