It’s been a while in the making, but dhcpcd-7.0.0-beta1 is finally here! I have been using this a lot on all supported platforms bar Solaris and it’s been very trouble free, so hopefully not many changes (if any? famous last words!) before a RC and final release.
Summary of changes since dhcpcd-6.11.5:
source file locations reworked: dhcpcd source is in src dhcpcd hooks are in hooks compat is in compat README split into README.
I’ve been using Fossil for quite a while now as my SCM. I like Fossil. But Fossil is not Git, and most people seem to like Git. It could be better to say that most people like GitHub because it’s the first hosted SCM that’s free for open source with good social interaction I’m aware of. And GitHub is huge. Some might say that if you’re not on GitHub, you don’t exist as a project.
So, I’ve not blogged for a long long long time. The last time was over 2 years ago. There are various reasons for this, involving Tech, Code and Life.
Tech My old blog was powered by Serendipity. Before that, it was Trac and before that it was Drupal
Now, Drupal was very …… well, blocky. It worked, and worked well to start. But my poor server at the time could not cope with the resource demands it had, alongside my existing Trac instances to host my project’s wiki and ticketing systems.