This is my old site that I'm keeping up for historical purposes and is no longer updated. You probably want to see my new site.
I've known about and tinkered here and there with Linux since early 1998. My first distribution happened to be an install of Slackware's ZipSlack. I liked it a lot except for the minor problem of the majority of my hardware not working.
In December of 2001, after being completely incapable of putting up with the "future" of Windows with Windows XP, I made the switch. I switched full-time from Windows to Linux on my main workstation at home. I really haven't looked back since. I used Redhat Linux 7.2, 8.0, and 9.0 for a while, but in the summer of 2003 switched to Slackware.
This page is to document all the stuff I've done to help Linux work for me and the way I want to work.
- bash .bashrc
- djbdns tinydns nameserver configuration - used for DNS for IRC and DNS on my home DHCP network. None of the IPs listed are accurate, but it's a good example of setting up fake-domains with djbdns (for my home network) and also handling real delegated domains (for IRC). Good examples of reverse DNS and IPv6 records when using the IPv6 djbdns patch.
- maildrop .mailfilter
- Mozilla Firefox configuration
- rpm .rpmmacros
- vim .vimrc
- X server configuration for machina