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A very special season finale of the Jeff Reads His Book is out now! I provide my guest with some disappointing answers concerning plot points in Bringing Balance, and we both run out of beer during trivia!

Wow... installed on the ! I'll have to play around with it once cleanup is done...

An Ubuntu 18.04 software update just left my laptop unbootable. Does Ubuntu even test updates?

Trying to fix now... I hate computers...

Who here on SDF mentioned ? I've got it running on a laptop now (with a 8 daily build kernel), and it's a delight!

My 4000 system is clocking in literally 800 times slower than a Core 2 Duo laptop for sysbench's CPU benchmark. Ouch...

This year is in my home town, and I'm not going. That's how annoyed I am with ...

You can't even install setuptools in without support for IEEE-754 floating point... WTF?

I have 3.7 built on the finally after some manipulation of their tests.

The Python core devs, however, won't fix a bug that would make this simple and easy. The unwillingness of the core dev community to support platforms outside Win/Mac/Linux (or non-gcc/clang/vcc compilers) is one reason I want nothing to do with core Python contributions any longer.


You know who did fix this upstream? Perl devs... Perl works like a dream on a VAX.

There literally isn't a responsive file manager left... Windows, macOS, the menagerie of Linux options... they're all laggy and terrible. I hate computers.

For the time being, I've moved my blog hosting off the Rainbow 100 and onto my VAX 4000 for funsies.

Now that's some computing power! Only two days to bootstrap pkgsrc!

Had to regenerate the blog to fix some typos, but it's ready again.

So my VAX 4000 successfully extracted pkgsrc, a 60MB tar.gz, in only 10 hours. Now moving on to bootstrap...

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