I just finished refactoring my #emacs init file as an org file with src blocks. It looks a lot cleaner now. My old init was only 350 lines but it had gotten kind of messy. I actually found a couple places where I had put the same command twice, or had a command that contradicted an earlier command. I'm really digging this new setup.
The challenge is to name a movie that
1) you genuinely like
2) that came out when you were an adult
3) that came out after the year 2000
4) that has a score below 50% on Rotten Tomatoes
Ohhh... iwn0 means Wi-Fi. Who knew? And you're supposed to just name the network. It doesn't give a list. Huh.
Is #OpenBSD supposed to be used by regular people on a desktop? The only documentation I can find seems to be aimed at professionals, and the installer is kind of cryptic sometimes. Or maybe I'm just not used to BSD lingo. (Coming from Linux.) I'm installing right now and a little lost.
Note to self: When cleaning an old #ThinkPad keyboard, don't use isopropyl alcohol.
I've been reading a lot of man pages lately. Usually they're pretty dry and matter-of-fact. Then there's this, from the resize2fs man page:
"Note: when kilobytes is used above, I mean real, power-of-2 kilobytes, (i.e., 1024 bytes), which some politically correct folks insist should be the stupid-sounding "kibibytes". The same holds true for megabytes, also sometimes known as "mebibytes", or gigabytes, as the amazingly silly "gibibytes". Makes you want to gibber, doesn't it?"
Metalearning on the #linux command line:
Linux. Emacs. Command line. Old hardware. Classic scifi.
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