Just purchased 'torrentino.info' (hopefully I spelled it right), so it should be active in the next 24 hours.
Update: Done, check it out: http://torrentino.info/
I sorta got a working messaging system, as mentioned in my previous post. I'll FTP it to one of my servers and post the link back here.
I have basketball practice tonight, though I planned to put together flippy and physically move roppie, my CS:S server. jlap has been up 22 days, which is great.
Anyway, gonna have a little something to eat and go to practice.
So, I've had this idea of a personal messaging system. Sorta sounds stupid, but sounded cooler in my head.
Update: See here: http://2500mhz.info/projekts/index.php?go=projView&prj=83
Need an account? Use the Contact page.
You sign up for an account (and thus can login later) and can talk to other people. So, its sorta like private messaging. Its more like an email than a IM chat. I thought of this while talking on MSN and needed to talk to people....but they were offline.
Why download then run a IM client when you can do it online? w00t I say! Not sure how other users know there is other users, but whatever. Seems cool.
Worked some more on Torrentino (http://torrentino.2500mhz.info ), fixed some minor bugs. I reloaded (meaning, 'cleaned out') the database so I'm starting new. Tweaked some things so it may be faster than before...ooooooooor maybe not.
Finally got my watch that I ordered on the 12th. 35$ USD from the site, 53$ in total (S&H)........then another 17$ for customs! It works alright though, the write speed is slooooooow, 6MB/s. Oh well, its still pretty cool though.
Nothing exciting has been happening lately. I've had school last week (and this week, of course), so I've been sorta occupied.
Monday I ordered a 'USB Memory Watch 4GB' from ThinkGeek.com, so it should be in today, hopefully.
Anyway, since there is nothing else to post about errr I'mma going to go play Fallout 3......
Had a basketball tournament all weekend, so I finally get Sunday to my self. One thing that I noticed that was sorta cool (while at the hotel), is that they had a proxy server set up. You connect to their open wireless network, but you can't make any outgoing connections until you enter an access code (which directs you to 192.168.x.x). So, I went to the front desk and picked up an access code. Sorta smart, but why not have encryption on the signal?
Anyway, I'm off to go do stuff today so I probably won't get a chance to code errr whatever.........
Yes, thats right! I've been doing a little more work on Web Host (web site hosting script) and planning on doing some free web hosting. Although I need to get my other server configured properly, I'll be using my own custom script. So far, the limits are:
-500KB per account (WILL be changed)
- Allowed file types (So far): .jpg, .gif, .bmp, .html, .htm
- Blacklisted files types (So far): .php, .phtml, .php3, .php4, .php5, .exe, .js, .inc
www.example.com/members/username it will probably end up being:
Updated March 16 2009
Well, I thought I would post a tutorial on how I got Lenny working on my Eee, incase people are having problems. This will loosely be based on the Debian EeePC wiki and also this blog post, so this content is not 100% from me, only what worked. Just for a note, my EeePC is a 701 4GB (with camera)