Well, I learned that you really shouldn't just unplug USB stuff without making Windows stop it properly first. I did that with my USB Watch while it was still 'activated' in Art's laptop. What happen? When I tried to get the minutes back home, the superblock couldn't be read. Then after an hour or two of mangling with the thing, there was somehow 191 vfat filesystems on it when I tried to fsck it. So, I ended up just writing a new vfat fs on it and wiping everything in the process. Ah well. At least those weren't my only copies of the thing.
After weeks of manuevering and searching for drivers, I finally got my Canon i450 to work in Linux.
Quite frankly, Canon can expect to not see me buy their products again, unless they redeem themselves bigtime.
My first Canon died for no reason. It just sucked. Second strike was this Linux fiasco. The printer is nice and all, but it took me a while to get drivers, and not by them. No, they don’t support this printer under Linux.
So yeah. I’m too disappointed to let them have a third strike.
Here’s to you, capitalist pigs.
I’m probably pretty late, but yes, it’s true. Gundam SEED Destiny, a sequel to Gundam SEED! October 2004!
Now to find a place that has FMA.
So I’ve been using the ALSA driver for sound for the past month or so. There was this odd thing that happened when the mixer only supported one sound at a time. That was annoying. I tried getting dmix to work, but that never worked. I have no idea why.
Anymoo, I gave in and used a software sound mixer. I’m using esound right now. At least I can have alerts and stuff now.
I have six invites left. Whoever wants gmail (that I know) tell me, and it will be granted.