dma is currently certified at Journeyer level.

Name: Dmitri Alenitchev
Member since: 2007-03-02 23:25:14
Last Login: 2008-02-13 15:27:12

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new environment

since i switched to xmonad, i started to do a little research about it and found out that xmonad and xmobar is all what i want.
tonight i finished xmobar port for openbsd and i expect it to be committed next week (ports hackathon).

ugly hack for clusters support in openbsd's databases/mysql port: mysql.ndb.diff
also, i'm xmonad user now. (:

weekend of hacking

updated sonata port for openbsd
finished dzen2 port for openbsd
finished some nice hacks for my asus wl500g home router

ssh-to pipe menu for openbox

ssh-to menu for openbox example

take it here.

dd-wrt on linksys wap54g

i have two linksys wap54g (hardware version 3.1) access points at work for small wireless network. due to lack of some advanced wireless features support in default firmware, i install dd-wrt.

everything work fine, but, due to lack of memory resources, the web GUI seems to lock up occasionally.

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dma certified others as follows:

  • dma certified xsa as Journeyer
  • dma certified djm as Master
  • dma certified argp as Journeyer
  • dma certified dugsong as Master
  • dma certified Ushakov as Master
  • dma certified fxn as Master
  • dma certified dtucker as Master
  • dma certified dhartmei as Master
  • dma certified kirjanov as Journeyer
  • dma certified krause as Master
  • dma certified markus as Master
  • dma certified todd as Master

Others have certified dma as follows:

  • dmitri certified dma as Journeyer
  • argp certified dma as Journeyer
  • kirjanov certified dma as Journeyer
  • xsa certified dma as Journeyer

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