Pat Gunn (dachte) wrote,
Pat Gunn

Bending the air

As I write, the letters are traveling across CMU's wireless network.Yup, I got my laptop's wireless ethernet working.. and also foundthat the kernel update redhat did just renamed the module I neededfor my wired ethernet card to keep working (bcm4400 -> b44), andwhatever crazy scripts they use to manage that stuff was out of sync,so it didn't automagically load it. So, right now I do have two invocationsI can use, one to load my wireless card, the other to load my ethernet.More trouble than I'd like, but it's not too bad.

And in its hand was the orb that had captured all the oddity of theworld, keeping things more simple. The experiment at its next stage, it tiltedthe hand, the delicate instruments whirring as they approached theground. A flash, and a quiet ripple. Time for observation, a social study.


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