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Silvia motor rebuild
Posted by henry on Saturday, January 17, 2015 @ 20:06:21 MST (226 reads)
Nissan Silvia So, engine's in the workshop (the structure formerly known as the "storage building"), and I'm tearing it down... Here's some photos of the motor, and a nice panorama of the workshop!

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Posted by henry on Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 18:34:26 MST (224 reads)
Henry's Stuff

DOH! Time to buy new UPS batteries, huh?
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Select all checkboxes !!
Posted by Henry on Friday, October 03, 2014 @ 17:24:40 MDT (235 reads)
Henry's Website Finally !! I've been trying to figure out how to do a "select all" checkboxes for the Motion module forever, and finally found it here! ?Of course, that's for the Home server, where I have all my security cams saving videos when motion is detected... Here's a sample screenshot:

Pretty happy with the project, something I've been messing with for a number of years.... As a matter of fact, the first crack at the module has a date of Sep 3, 2008, so that makes it over six years old...

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New Repos
Posted by henry on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 @ 22:01:55 MDT (422 reads)
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I finally got around to doing some server work on the box here at home. It's been a while, probably since I moved the football pools website up to justhost.com. I added a new repo, IUS Community Project. Used it to upgrade some packages, mysql from 5.1 to 5.5, php from 5.1 to 5.3, and just piddled for a while. It's good to have a bit of time to just play. With Spring right around the corner, I'll be working in the yard soon, probably more than I'd like at times, and the extra daylight will mean that I'll be finishing later. That means less time for the indoor projects, of which I have a long list that I didn't get to this winter (yet) ! Hopefully I can knock out a few of those as soon as the pepper seedlings get moved off the workbench!

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AR Build
Posted by henry on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 @ 18:58:28 MST (443 reads)
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With the exception of the barreled upper and the scope, all the parts are in for the AR-15 build ! Hopefully the upper will arrive this week, and I can get it assembled within the next week or so... Pictures and details to follow.

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Website Move
Posted by henry on Monday, February 25, 2013 @ 07:49:15 MST (451 reads)
Henry's Website

After much trepidation, I finally decided to move my website from my home server to the JustHost.com platform... I figured a drastically streamlined (read: crippled) presence was better than none at all. All of the adminsitrative functions are gone and most of the gaming-related info as well, but few folks will notice (or even care!). Our home network access transition to HughesNet effectively precludes anyone outside the home accessing our gameservers in any fashion not approaching extraordinarily frustrating. That means the gameserver stats pages will likely not return, or only in a "static" mode for historical purposes. Naturally, the cricket pages are gone also, as they were specific to my home server and I don't want to burn the bandwidth redirecting to that right now. That could change at some point, but would be dependent on my home internet access plan changing.

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Christmas time again
Posted by henry on Monday, November 26, 2012 @ 15:16:19 MST (443 reads)
Henry's Stuff 2012 Red Kettle campaign

I Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.  You just can't beat four days of non-stop football!  As we enter the Christmas season, please consider giving a little something to help those less fortunate.  I'm making it really easy, here's a link to our Football-Pools.org Salvation Army Team Kettle.  Better yet, join the team, make your own personal kettle, and ask others to donate!  I sent out a message from their website, and I'm saying something now, but I won't be a pest about it.  If any of you were thinking about giving me anything for Christmas, do this instead.  That'll make me much happier.

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Worlds 2012
Posted by henry on Saturday, July 28, 2012 @ 20:00:36 MDT (465 reads)
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Back from Worlds !! I played terribly the first day, and my finish at 50th reflects it... But we had a great time with Jack & Tina, Joey & Karin, and Brandi & Duane in the big 'ole house we rented for the week or so... There were some great courses, some not-so-great ones, and the weather, for the most part, was good. The Player's meeting and the flymart were a sight to behold; I'm impressed with over 1100 people in one room for any reason, especially disc golf ! Perhaps before next year I'll learn how to putt, and maybe next year I won't hit every tree on the course, but it's doubtful that we could have more fun, no matter how well I play... Still, it's good to be home, and eventually I will catch up on my rest. Then it'll be time to get ready for Southern Nationals.... ;-)

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PDGA Worlds
Posted by henry on Thursday, July 12, 2012 @ 20:27:37 MDT (412 reads)
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Tomorrow morning we leave for Charlotte, NC, and the PDGA world championships. It's going to be a blast. We're renting a house with our friends the Hicks, the Van Duzees, and the Laudermilchs. If I play all the practice rounds I want to, and Mixed Doubles with Robyn, I'll play 12 rounds in 8 days. Thirteen and in nine days if I make the semi-finals, and another half-round if I make the finals... No matter what, we're going to have fun ! I'll try to post pictures as I take them, maybe even some video.

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Posted by henry on Sunday, June 10, 2012 @ 16:05:55 MDT (417 reads)
Computer Gaming

Wow. Nice to know:

Setup and execution on 64 bits CPUs If you are running a x86_64 Linux distribution with support for 32 bits x86 binaries, then the regular Quake III Arena binaries should work (your mileage may vary). It's likely that the installer scripts will get confused though, and will refuse to install giving you an error: "This installation doesn't support glibc-2.1 on Linux / unknown". If you run the installer through the emulated 32 bits environement it should work: $ linux32 sh quake3... Or you can extract the game files manually by passing --keep on the command line when running the setup script. Once the files are unpacked, you will need to copy them manually to /usr/local/games. You probably want to have a working installation to refer to while doing this. This also applies to RTCW and ET
Got that from http://zerowing.idsoftware.com/linux/q3a/#UDPwide, in case anyone is interested !

I spent a lot of time this weekend (re-)setting up old quake2 and Q3A servers, getting the stats running again, and finding some cool status page modules for the webserver.... Can't wait to have some Quake II HeadHunters and Weapons Factory Fun !! I can't believe it's been 15 years since Quake came out, and 14 years since Quake II !! The kids and I used to have some great fun playing the old Quake Team Fortress mod, all 4 of us over the 28.8 modem to the servers running at The Link... The LAN parties were always a blast as well, they're some of my fondest memories with the kids. Staying up all night, lugging around a van FULL of computers, monitors, and servers.... The 2-hour setup and 2-hour teardowns... I wouldn't trade those times for anything.

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