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Thu, Dec. 16th, 2004, 01:12 pm

Argh. Somehow, I managed to screw up the network settings on Solaris, so that it connects to the wireless network, sends information, but receives 0. Can't use the web, in other words.

Aaaaaand connecting to my desktop through a direct Ethernet cable connection is, apparently, harder than it seems. Shit. Going to have to hold off on transferring my music and movies, then. Damn.

Now, back to work.

Random lyrics of the day:

i'm back at my cliff
still throwing things off
i listen to the sounds they make
on their way down
i follow with my eyes 'til they crash
imagine what my body would sound like
slamming against those rocks

and when it lands
will my eyes
be closed or open?

i'll go through all this
before you wake up
so i can feel happier
to be safe up here with you

Thu, Dec. 16th, 2004 02:00 pm (UTC)

If you want some help or suggestions with that, you can e-mail me.


Mon, Jan. 31st, 2005 11:15 pm (UTC)
wpgredhead: hello

hi, i'm just adding you to my friends list. hope this is ok,i noticed that you're a part of the winnipeg community i just joined. i'm new in town and don't know too many people, but don't worry i'm not scary!! :)

Tue, Apr. 12th, 2005 07:37 am (UTC)

You are verily interesting.

Tue, Jun. 21st, 2005 07:56 pm (UTC)

:) Hello. I was wondering if you would consider adding me.

Sat, Jun. 25th, 2005 11:55 pm (UTC)

I heard you needed some lovin'! Add me?

Mon, Aug. 15th, 2005 04:29 am (UTC)

Hey. For connecting two computers directly together, you need to have crossover cable. You'll have to make it yourself or find someone who can.

Basically, there's eight wires inside a standard twisted pair ethernet cord.

One is send, one is receive. In a crossover cable, those two are switched around at one end.

Normal ethernet cords will not work for this.