Installed RT bugraq/ticketing system for our developers. Seems to work as good as it does for our support team.
Another step to the victory with Unicode support in both X and console. Today I’ve managed to fix the pseudographics (think mc) in console. It looks much better now. Even displays russian characters in mutt. Does not let me input them yet, though. Most updated
/etc/sysconfig/i18n looks like this now:
One of my collegues convinced me to install FreeBSD on one of our test machines (workstation type of thing). Didn’t manage to dig deep down yet, but first impression was rather negative (installation, first steps).
Wish you all the best, and love you!
National holiday. The “oxi day” (“No” day) from Greece.
I’ve been busy lately playing with KDE’s CVS. I must say that it’s not that easy to compile as that to what I’ve got used to, but it runs. I especially enjoy those menu shades. I really wish it was possible to do something similar for panels and application windows. Direction of the shade should also be configurable
Books have finally arrived. Off to do some reading.
Linux Journal issue arrived together with SysAdmin Magazine issue, found pay slip on my desk, Red Hat Linux 8.0 came out, and it’s a public holiday tomorrow! I have also got my subscription to Linux Weekly News.
My wife tried the car on the parking of a huge mall. After 4 years of driving with automatic transmission… she hates me now… and the car… and most of other people… ;) But that’ll pass… soon… I hope… :)
Number plates on the car changed from Japanese to Cypriot. Now it’s complete.
Olga and I went on a trip to Agia Napa just for fun. Wow, this car does not need any petrol! Friend of mine made few pictures of the car (and me in the car), so stay tuned.
Amazon actually shipped the books. Another couple of weeks…