Katalyst went against Snap2 in the popping finals. Snap2 (and basically everyone else) improved like crazy.
Fungus (NYC) came through too. Saw a bajillion old friends. Bop’n Andre was there. Shallow and Tron were the other judges.
They even had house battles this year. Sungmin almost made it to finals.
DJ Franco de Leon is sick. Fadayz is hot-headed as always, stirring up some crazy commotion toward the end. More police needed next year.
Back to the lab.
…try removing the battery, holding the power button for 20 seconds, and putting the battery back in. You should be able to boot now. This happens to me every so often – I learned the trick from Lenovo tech support a while ago.
I’m going to be (very gradually) adding features to gbookmark2delicious and fixing bugs (mostly scalability bugs).
After the Ubuntu upgrade, SCIM was causing my keyboard to stop responding in various applications. This is a known bug. More details are in the issue tracker.
I have two Ubuntu 7.10 systems that I tried upgrading to 8.04. The first (x86_64) encountered a bunch of problems during the Clean-Up phase, causing a whole slew of package system complaints on reboot, while the second (x86) failed during the Installing/Upgrading Packages stage, leaving my system in an “unusable state” and leaving me unable to start Gnome.
More details are on Launchpad: the first system were all semi-automatically reported tickets using the new error reporting system (which sets the tickets to be private), and one ticket for the second system.
Last time I tried upgrading was from 7.04 to 7.10 on my Dell Latitude D600, which also failed and brought my system into an “unusable state.”
In postgresql, creating a table referencing another table requires an exclusive lock on the other table.
VSFilter 2.34+ handles colorspaces differently, introducing the “green line bug.” Also, VSFilter 2.33 works with WMP, whereas 2.34 doesn’t.
--db-attach=yes doesn’t work in the Ubuntu valgrind package. Install it from source.