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Friday, August 3, 2001

Pondering the Imponderable

I bought a UPS today for my system. We had a few power blips recently after which my computer did not want to restart. Thankfully it just had to power down for a bit then it fired back up. Now I won't have to worry about it. It's an APC Back-UPS Office which is quite nice, but the PowerChute software required me to add a couple of lines to the .ini to get it to work. I had to add
to the [Communication] section. It took me several hours of digging through help files to find that. Since I have DSL, it assumed that I was on a network and my UPS was out there in TCP/IP land someplace. Now to get it to work in Linux. Yep, APC supplies Linux drivers!

Code Red is still hitting my firewall like crazy. For the past hour it has hit about every five minutes from different IPs. Sheesh. Note to morons: patch your servers!

Mozilla 0.9.3 Released!

Version 0.9.3 of the Mozilla open-source web browser suite has been released! Stability has been excellent since 0.9.2, hopefully this one will be even better. If you've been looking for an excuse to download Mozilla, you just found it.

Pondering the Imponderable

OK, Code Red can go away now. I'm getting a hit to my firewall every 20 minutes from the stupid thing. Sheesh. Granted, it can't do anything to me but it sure is messing up the logs.

Thursday, August 2, 2001

Q3A 1.29h Linux released

According to a .plan update by Robert Duffy, the Linux Q3A 1.29h patch has been released.

Mirrors: Blues, id FTP, 3dGamers, FTP, PlanetMirror

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