Re: Serial Install Help and IRC Daemon Idea (WAS: New Member INtro ...)
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- Subject: Re: Serial Install Help and IRC Daemon Idea (WAS: New Member INtro ...)
- From: "Veli-Pekka Tatila" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 00:43:32 +0300
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Andor Demarteau wrote:
may be able to use existing code for the
connection and protocl handeling.
Umm, I thought it'd be so, too.
I was sort of hoping I'd be able to start working on someone else's sources,
one advantage of open source, definitely. I mean taking a very basic demon
app, removing real functionality and replacing it with the IRC stuff.
probably need to write a complete new deamonish version.
interrupt system for your deamon to pass commands to.
Are these real interrrupts or some callbacks?
I see. I know next to nothing about networking but I know what a socket is
conceptually from a Perl book.
I understand you are using a Braille voyager display on USB?
see if I can get you a mini.iso image with
brltty 3.5 on it.
THX in advance. How do we transfer the stuff?
I've got VDSL 10 megabits on both directions ideally. In practise, hardly
ever over 500 kilobytes a sec even from Microsoft.
This only works if you have a fixed network-connection
That could work. How early on will I be able to use SSH. Can I do all
critical stuff such as choice of partitions and packages to be installed on
my own? What's the absolute minimum before I can run an SSH server in the
setup? I suppose network setup is easy as I have a Telewell box that does
NAT translation and also PPPOE as well as dynamic DHCP, I think.
sighted assistance for the first 1 or 2 staps
and start the remote-install stuff.
Then you can use ssh to logon and install the rest yourslef.
I just figured it out myself minutes before you posted this. I had typed it
all in lowercase every time. I'll retry the serial stuff before I go to bed
which is pretty soon also.
as linux is case sensative this is important as well.
A silly question: can I get Windows-like case behaior in Linux? That is file
name case being stored but not usually significant in commands.
I'll definitely do that once I get the system up and runing. I'd really like
to do complex and dynamic filtering with procmail and a bit of Perl as well.
I mean creating and deleting imap mail foldres dynamically and sorting mail
messages into them by bracketed list identifiers automatically. That would
be great and no Windows mail client has been able to pull off anything like
this as far as I can tell.
if you get your mail on linux, please have a look at procmail for
filtering, works nicely.
PS: Hope you don't mind if I post this on the list as others may have
something to contribute. When we get mostly down to personal stuff, I'll
take it off-list then.
With kind regards Veli-Pekka Tätilä (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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