Useless information is useless.
- Asura Cryin’
- Kiddy Girl-and
- Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu – Purezza (or whatever it’s called)
- Nyan Koi
- Sasameki Koto
- Seitokai no Ichizon
- Shin Koihime Musou
- Sora no Otoshimono
- Tatakau Shisho
- The Sacred Blacksmith
- Toaru Kagaku no Railgun
- White Album
15 series ~(O_o)/~
Commentary, etc tomorrow.
Aka eyecancer edition D:
Blu-Ray where ;_;
Well, the contents is as usual. With addition of raaaaandomness at the beginning.
Warning: may causes eye-cancer.
ed2k – A program computing eDonkey link (
ed2k://), or only the Hash/Id (à la
I first time installed it on FreeBSD (which exists in ports). Later I tried compiling it on OpenSolaris – and it doesn’t work. Lots of errors. The same source code also doesn’t compile in Ubuntu 9.10.
Then I decided to fix it. Changes are:
uint32_t. The former exists in *BSD and Linux but not SunOS (OpenSolaris). I decided to redefine it to minimize the amount of lines added since, well, they both are basically same thing and the latter works on more platforms.
strrchr. Same functions but the former is deprecated (according to OpenBSD’s man page).
stdint.h. Required make the code gcc-4.4 compatible (at least in Ubuntu 9.10).
- Integrated fixes from FreeBSD’s ports. To remove warnings from all C compilers I tried (suncc, gcc various versions).
Note that it still doesn’t work in Windows (can be compiled with one additional line but
ed2k -l produces garbage which I haven’t bothered to find out why). Now it works in Windows.
Here be the fixed version. Still in public domain or whatever. Tried in OpenBSD 4.6 (standard gcc), FreeBSD 7.2-STABLE (standard gcc), OpenSolaris 2009.06 (Sun Studio 12u1, gcc 3.4 (from OpenSolaris’ IPS), Blastwave’s gcc 4.3.4), Ubuntu (Server) 9.10 (standard gcc) and Windows 7 (gcc 3.4.5 and gcc 4.4.0)
[ ed2k.c | patch for original source ]
Nevermind the Firefox version - I haven't got chance to install latest version.
Today I messed with certain newly-released Linux distro and found that it’s too easy boring. Then I decided to take another attempt at “using OpenSolaris as desktop OS” – which doesn’t actually work well (kinda obvious since I’ve installed it like 5 times or more and keep uninstalling after few days).
After installing, I figured I should at least find a better GDM themes (before attempting to upgrade to latest beta – snv_126 and most likely lost any means to configure/customize gdm) and I found this. From there I found link for entire GNOME themes and think that it actually looks pretty good. I’ll leave this installed for now (and will upgrade to latest beta whenever I find time to do so).
If you’re wondering, here are few problems related with using OpenSolaris as desktop:
- No ntfs-3g, or at least before upgrading to latest beta (even then I don’t know if it actually works – never have such system – yet).
- No KMS – and there’s only fugly splash boot screen.
- No suspend (hopefully will be fixed in later version).
- No touchpad scroll (or I’m just too lazy to configure it).
- Kinda slow?
- And other problems commonly related to OpenSolaris.
But at such price one can get:
- ZFS – mainly used for “Time Slider” in case of desktop usage.
- Zones – Solaris’ version of Linux’s OpenVZ or FreeBSD’s jail but (much) easier.
- OMG OPENSOLARIS.
On unrelated note, GNOME 2.28 certainly looks good.