Older blog entries for davidfv (starting at number 2)

Arf... A very long and hard day, I had a lot of class... arf, very bored...

op! There is one thing really funny: My teacher of Artificial Inteligence ( a random subject in my Computer Science degree ) is like a stand-up show star! He tells a lot of jokes like a stand-up show... guau! XDDD

Afternoon, I am programming on LDAP tools daemon for install debian packages... Some problem with java aplication...

jacobo: yes, I'm always on crack! ... lunar phases... Do you remember it? ;P

13 Oct 2001 (updated 13 Oct 2001 at 23:01 UTC) »

Arf..I'm tired... It's saturday, I like this day: I don't have class and I can do some funny things like sleep more hours than other days :)

Yesterday, I spent a lot of hours debugging my LDAP tools... There was something wrong but I didn't find the mistake... and then... the problem wasn't code! the problem was Schemas in the LDAP server! :O Anyway there is a little problem with strings codification... ( and It isn't the server... I hope so... ;) )

Today I want to begin the daemon that *really* update the machines' packages with data stored in directory.

Thanks to fxn, for certification :) I work with XML sometimes too ;)

12 Oct 2001 (updated 12 Oct 2001 at 16:33 UTC) »

Nice holiday day ;) ( Spain celebrates Hispanity Day today), it's a good day to work on something that I have pending days ago. I have downloaded an OpenBSD 2.9 image (base) and Engarde Linux, maybe I'll install one of them but it doesn't seems to be a easy work: Engarde have a BIG warning in the readme file that says: "This could ERASE all data in /dev/hda or /dev/sda, or the primary ide..." :O , OpenBSD says that I must have geometry of disk and the number of the first block and an offset of partition in which I want install OpenBSD... ARF...

LDAP tools

I must end my "last-bit" of tools that permit to admin debian packages of a group of machines with a LDAP directory instead of /var/apt/... etc.. Only one part is not developed: a daemon that searches the directory, finds packages to install and installs it in machines.

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