Monthly Archives: April 2007

Desktop now using Ubuntu 7.04 “Feisty Fawn” also

The ibook install went so smoothly that I decided to upgrade my desktop. It’s sure a lot easier than it used to be between versions of Fedora. No CDs to burn, no rebooting (actually one time at the very end, … Continue reading

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iBook rising with Ubuntu 7.04 “Feisty Fawn”

I haven’t used my iBook during 2007. It’s an 800 MHz G3. Also, I don’t have a copy of 10.4 “Tiger” for it, and between the speed and the increasing degree to which it is isolated from the software I’d … Continue reading

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New Blogging Tool.

It’s Thursday, which means I’m procrastinating on my sermon. Also, even though I ordered my new NIC on — what, Saturday? — it still hasn’t arrived so I don’t have many opportunities to blog. Anyhoo, I’m at work and thinking … Continue reading

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Offline for a bit…

We had a power outage here the other day. Afterward, everything came back up except (it appears) the NIC in my Linux machine. I spent a couple of hours figuring out that it was the only casualty (difficult at first, … Continue reading

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Not blogging enough?

It’s been busy, what with the usual administrative work at church, plus two funerals and Holy Week. (Four services, three sermons in 8 days.) So I haven’t been blogging, it’s true. But I’m about tired of WordPress upgrades. They are … Continue reading

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