Since I was studying for monitoring the students of algorithms and data structures, here's a picture of Acme while I was testing an implementation of an AVL tree, built entirely in Plan 9.

The special thing here is that while everything was done in Plan 9, it saved remotely to my Linux laptop as my laptop's root was mounted in /mnt/term through drawterm.

Just managed to access my VPS on the new server, after being trolled by my ISP's DNS.

Thank you so much @SDF, everything is much faster and smoother now!

Changed wallpaper again. Couldn't handle the black and white depression

For all of you weeaboos, here's what Plan 9's rio looks like with a custom wallpaper. (though it looks kinda out of place here)

And for some reason, drawterm uses a resolution of 2732x768. Could be related to my dual screen though

Unfortunately on servers is kinda slow for me atm, I suppose it is due to my ISP, so I took the chance to copy some of my remote config to my local 9front install on Raspberry Pi.

This is drawterm connected to my pi3 over my local network.

Oh, one of the best things is that I FINALLY got the NTP configuration working (thanks to SDF wiki!). For some reason the 9front pi image doesn't have NTP configured by default, so my machine was living in the 70's

Mastodon @ SDF

"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko