Apparently on amd64 joysticks in Linux are broken.
Oh and, for laughs I tried 2.6.1, to see if I could make my RAID go with that
instead that version of the kernel can't even connect to the box full o drives.
Rather than connecting and hosing them, like a more modern kernel.
Well, that was fun
I had RAID working for quite a while until the software raid layer in Linux
Good job, Linux.
Apparently a feature in the linux kernel firewire layer has been broken
since 2.6.2. This is the feature that lets you access multiple hard disks
in a box that holds them. There are two different fixes, one is to
downgrade to the 2.6.1 firewire code, which apparently worked. The other
is to pull the linux1394.org SVN and use that, which breaks hotplugging.
02:32 < relnev> ......... Escape the 'Games' of Windows
02:32 < relnev> :::' ....... ......
02:32 < relnev> ::: * ::. ::'
02:32 < relnev> ::: .:: .:: .:.::. .:: ::. :'
02:32 < relnev> ::: :: :: :: :: :: .::.
02:32 < relnev> ::: ::::. .::. ::. .::. .:' ::.
02:32 < relnev> ...:::......................::' .::::..
For about a month and a half now, I've been looking for my nice watch
that my woman got me.
For about a month and a half now, my nice watch has been
sitting on the other side of my computer monitor.
19:23 < akawaka> i'm surprised the pope has lasted so long
19:24 < akawaka> the catholic church is floundering like a sourceforge project
I got some RAM at Fry's, the stick was obviously bad, ran it through
memtest and had 290 errors....
Took it back, replaced it with a new stick, and this one is fine.
It was a Patriot Signature Series PC3200 1GB stick of DDR.
23:45 < homerj> I played some College Hoopz 2k5
23:45 < homerj> I'm the Highlanders
23:45 < homerj> everytime I beat someone
23:45 < homerj> I yell "THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE"