A Linux weekend

Ryan Weal

September 04, 2006

This Labour Day weekend I took some much needed time to organize my life and made a lot of changes to the server configurations. After about a day and a half at the console I was able to accomplish the following tasks:

Migration of the kernel spurred all this activity. Back in 2004 I had a similar configuration but lost it all due to a hardware failure. With all of the advances in the kernel and Debian packages this will finally enable me to do some serious audio routing on Linux.

None of this would be possible using the "bleeding edge" technology that many Linux fans love. I stick with a "stable" version of Debian because by the time I get around to doing these tasks most situations (even on a freaky iBook configuration) have been well documented.

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Ryan Weal @ryan_weal
Web developer based in Montréal. I run Kafei Interactive Inc. Node.js, Vue.js, Cassandra. Distributed data. Hire us to help with your data-driven projects.