2021-06-07T10:17:30Z via Identi.ca Web To: Public CC:It's 2:45am and I'm woken up the play a game: Which smoke alarm is chirping?
2021-04-07T15:16:15Z via Pumpa To: Public
It's early in the morning when my alarm clock goes off. Almost on autopilot I think "It's time to go feed Tasha & Colin." After putting down the two food bowls I remember, and cry.
2021-04-07T05:43:10Z via Pumpa To: Public
One of my two cats, Tasha, died today April 5 as her battle with kidney failure came to an end. She was at least 20 years old and had a good life, insisting on sleeping with me every night. Goodbye, Tasha. I'll miss you.
Linux-libre on sparc64
2021-01-23T18:16:24Z via Pumpa To: Public
Added another architecture to my Linux-libre APT repository: 64-bit SPARC processors. There are freely-licensed designs like the OpenSPARC which has been placed under the GPL. Why should RISC-V get all of the love for that? :) This brings the number of supported architectures up to either 12 or 13, depending on how you count. What next?
amd64, arm64, armhf, i386, m68k, or1k, powerpc, ppc64, ppc64el, riscv64, s390x, sparc64
2020-11-11T14:51:16Z via Pumpa To: Public
Interesting that Trump & others want to complain about voting fraud when it comes to losing the Presidency but not when it comes to votes that are in their favor for the Senate, even though these are all being cast from the very same ballots.The most bothersome anomaly is what seems to be an exceedingly high number of under votes for down ballot questions. There apparently weren’t split tickets as much as people have been thinking. There are more questions than the presidency on the ballot paper and I find it very strange that so many would only vote on the presidency and leave the rest of it blank.
Linux-libre on m68k
2020-10-05T13:45:29Z via Pumpa To: Public
Added another architecture to my Linux-libre APT repository at https://jxself.org/linux-libre/: The Motorola 68000 series (68020 or later; an MMU is required.)
A friend of mine had been saying they wanted this for a while. This brings the number of supported architectures up to either 10 or 11, depending on how you count. What next?
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