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The power cord of my ibook broked and i had to leave it at the repair center, i have 70% (2hrs aprox) of battery charge, what should i do with that :?

3 May 2004 (updated 3 May 2004 at 00:57 UTC) »

I'm trying to get an Internship in some cool place to work in vacations (summer or winter). However the fact that most of the c o o l places are in the US and I'm a mexican citizen doesn't help me.

Also my switch in focus from development to advocacy in the last few years also doesn't help me much :-(.

Any way I'm sending some emails around. I traslated my résumé to english.

I'll give my überpopular talk about Open Source tomorrow in the Instituto Tecnologico de Nuevo León.

Vacations are bad for me. I'm dying of boredom.

There had been a while since someone other than me was in LinuxFM, today Ricardo Cruz and Daniel Diaz stoped by. We made a good program.

trs80: I have a machine exactly like the one you link too, but it is labeled DECpc AXP 150, it have a jensen board and i already installed debian on it, i found references to the "DEC 2000" being exactly like the DECpc AXP 150 (that confused me), but the "DEC 2000" i have is very diferent, at least externally, to begin with it's rack mountable.
New discoveries

Today i found a machine labeled "DIGITAL DEC 2000", it haves a very strange keyboard with a phone-like connector and a big (21" maybe) monitor with a even stranger connector (three cables labeled R(ed), G(reen) and B(lue). I pluged everything and powered it on, some lights went on in the computer, but there was no signal on the monitor :(, unfortunely i had to leave and didn't investigate further.

Now i can't find the specs of the machine as i don't know enought details about it, and there's a big range of machines that can be called a DEC 2000 so it's hard to know. I'll be thinking about that stupid machine all the weekend.

1 Apr 2004 (updated 1 Apr 2004 at 00:54 UTC) »
Heaven or Hell ?

I'm currently sited around a DECpc axp 150 (alpha), a Sun Ultra 10 (ultra sparc) an Apple iBook g3 (ppc) and an IBM Netvista (x86). All of them are running Debian GNU/Linux.

I have got:

* A Sun Ultra 10 (already with debian) (ultra sparc). * An DEC PC 150 (identical to the one i installed in FIME, and that now is the dns server for all fime domains and users) (alpha)

I may get:

* A Sun Enterprise 250 with two procs.

This monday i'll start working in the CSI. I'll The Linux Guy. I'll have some freedoom to do research and to add people to the team.

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