Telnet-like client

Using the methods I discussed previously I wrote a telnet-like client which can be used to communicate with any type of text based server such as mail and web servers. The following isn’t 100% perfect as it doesn’t handle early returns from send as I wasn’t able ...

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Signal Handling and Select in C

Two weeks ago I started a journey to read a textbook cover to cover so that I’ll be ready for the research I will be assisting with. Since I have yet to take a networking class I am a bit behind where I need to be, but that’s ...

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Summer 2007

Over the past month there have been a ton of happenings. For the most part I’ve been working full time which is great as I’m making bank and I haven’t had a chance to be bored. The first part of the summer entailed working on a Worldviz ...

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Weekends Start on Thursday

It is a well known fact that weekends in Isla Vista start on Thursday, despite that fact that people may have classes or work on Friday. To aid in Thursday night drinking the bars downtown have established Thursday as College Night thus further increasing the next day’s tardiness. Being ...

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My smb.conf

This is about the 5th time I had to redo our smb.conf for our file server in the hallway. I’m not very good at making backups of that machine when we upgrade the hardware or software, and there really is no reason to except for this one file ...

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Meme?

So I’m sitting in my room pondering working on one of my projects and I get an email saying I was just meme-ed by Cheri. Unfortunately, as many of us know from facebook poking, virtual events do not correspond to physical events. And if they did I can ...

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Django

What two posts within an hour? Yeah I originally had this following my previous one however the post was too long and I’ve decided my posts should try to stick to a single topic.

So whilst I was waiting for Ubuntu Fesity Fawn to download I started checking out ...

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New-buntu: Fesity Fawn

This last week was quite exciting mainly because Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) was released. On the day it was released the Ubuntu repositories were a mess as I’m sure everyone was downloading and updating so it at times was a painfully slow process.

Once I finally had it ...

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Theme Change

Just announcing that I finally changed my theme from the default. This is pretty solid and basically the same as before with the exception of the fluid rather than fixed width layout which I’ve been looking for. I’m going to try to add some spacing so it doesn ...

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BTimer Class: A Javascript Timer Class

Note: I just found out this doesn’t work in Internet Explorer. If you happen to use Internet Explorer I’m sorry; I’m sorry that you haven’t been shown a better browser sooner. Get Firefox.

In continuing my CS162 project I decided my previous timer wasn’t all ...

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