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Now back to Linux!! :D

one month later... :P back blogging!! back to my eternals projects -- changuito OS and others... ;)

long time... :D im back to blogging!

:o i need a new laptop!!!...

I have a dream today... MacBook Pro!

:) yesssssssssssss!

Christmas is coming!!! A new laptop to my Debian ;-) pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee santa!!!

Merry Christmas to every body in the world.

:-) love new kernel!!!!

Wow! i see to much thinks was happend this days:

  • The latest issue of Debian Weekly News is out: "Welcome to this year's 9th issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian community. Harald Welte reported a 2.1 M pps (packets per second) UDP packet forwarding rate over four gigabit ethernet ports, which is a new record for Linux. After OASIS, of which Debian is a member, has accepted a patent policy that has bad consequences on implementation of the standards, John Goerzen called for support for an open letter." Other highlights: Debian release update, report from LinuxWorld, common release questions, AMD64 port status update, and the usual security updates. Read more in this week's issue of Debian Weekly News.

  • The second release candidate of Progeny Debian 2.0, Developer Edition, has been released: "We have just released Release Candidate 2 of Progeny Debian 2.0, Developer Edition. Some highlights: crashes in Anaconda that report problems with 'adbox' are now fixed; serial ATA is now supported.; the comp-get tool for managing components has been overhauled, and should work well, but because of the problems with the RC1 version of comp-get, people upgrading from RC1 are encouraged to use the upgrade instructions in the release notes; many updates from Debian sarge; the Eclipse and Tomcat components have been removed, as the versions available in Debian are old."

  • Linus Torvalds has just announced the availability of the newest Linux kernel release, 2.6.11. The newest addition to Linux that's stirring up some excitement is the inclusion of Infiniband support. You can get it from the usual mirrors at

And the most interesting stuff is this!!!

  • Monoppix is a live CD Linux distribution based on Knoppix. Its main purpose is to showcase and spread the Mono technology, which is a free .NET framework implementation to Linux/UNIX operating systems. The CD includes Mono runtime environment, compiler and class libraries, Mono-enabled Integrated Development Environment, web server, MySQL database, and Quickstarts and Mono tutorials. Monoppix 1.0 was released today: "What's new in this release: MySQL support, including the ByteFX ADO.NET managed provider (XSP sample included, uses compiled codebehind); XSP code runs in ramdisk, GTK# for desktop applications.

well well... im very very happy for all this news, is to good weak up and see stuff like this. ;-) lest go to work right now... yesss im happy!.

Well i´m back to my diary right here on advogato ;-)

In this day, i have contact with Miguel Icaza, is a greate person. We talk about Mono and Novell stuff, i´m put my project on Novell Forge this is the url:


I have many things to do, go go!

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