9 Mar 2003 szysz   » (Journeyer)

    A user (from Sweden) started to work on a HostMIB Process Table Discovery Script & Poller, which is very useful to monitor the processes on a remote host (thanks Anders). We talked a bit about our countries, money, work, etc. He is also going to monitor a huge network with JFFNMS.
    The only issue left for the release of JFFNMS is no more.. it was only a bad table problem, no code modification involved. So I will release version 0.7.0 on Monday.
    Also another user reports that his Debian Box is passing the '&' sign as part of the argv array on PHP 4.2.1/4.3.1 so the respawning of processes (or putting a process in the background) doesn't work, anyone saw that before?


    I got the Satellite Carrier Poller System working :), it's a C, PGSQL, GPIB Project, I can now measure the C/N and last plot of any carrier on 1 transponder, tomorrow I will include on-demand polling and on Monday Transponder Switch Communication, and I didnt do a mess with the pointers. I plan to make a JFFNMS plugin for this, to store the C/N of a carrier over the time.
    Mozilla 1.3b is now working on my Sparc64 Gentoo Machine, this is the first time Mozilla finish compiling on sparc64 without any GCC ICE's, Thanks to the Mozilla & Gentoo dev teams (No more X over SSH to run it), I'm also trying to get MozPlugger to work fine, I think there is some config file problems.

    I'm at the middle of the 'Lord of the Rings: The Return of The King' book, in Spanish ('El Se~nor de los Anillos: el Retorno del Rey'), this one of the first novels I read in a long time, I mostly read Manuals, Tech or Political Magazines, or some Science Book (The Age of Spiritual Machines).
    My Brother Martin (Web Design), My GF (Translations, she is studying to become an English Teacher), and I (content, idea and direction) are modifing the SzYsZ Networks site.

Also, as some of you already noticed, English is not my First Language, so excuse me if I made some mistakes.

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