Grinding To A Halt…

After a messy afternoon trying to setup an ethernet bridge to get IPv6 to work at home, I’ve eventually gotten everything working as before. All my problems seem to be caused by my crappy router. So, as of now, I’m in the market for a USB DSL modem that’s Linux compatible. My current router just causes too many headaches when I want to do anything other than the basics with it…

On Thursday evening, I went to see Love Actually. Great film. Yes, it’s a soppy romantic film by the the guy who wrote screenplays for films like Bridgit Jones Diary, Notting Hill and Four Wedding And A Funeral, but he’s also the writer for such great television shows such as Blackadder. Go see it. 🙂

That's Odd…

I’ve hit a really wierd networking problem. My iMac (as I’m considering it ;), which is primarily for web design of a site I’m now working on, can’t be seen on the Trinity network. If I go to it physically, it can see the network and send pings to and from it, but remotely, I can’t ping it at all. It’s rather odd. It shouldn’t be set to power-save and shut itself down partially and I’ve made sure the OS X firewall will allow remote access to it. *scratches head* It better not be a case of some idiot removing the networking cable from the wall…

Awww! I was considering buying one of these from Japan or somewhere else in the Far East. According to reports, there won’t be any Palm drivers until January. I’ll see how it goes. It would be really cool to have… 🙂

In other news (if you can call it news), I’ve disabled the barring of comments from certain Netsoc IPs. It was a measure to stop the gruesome twosome and certain would-be accomplices from posting annoying, drunken comments a few months ago. Seems it’s stopping all Trinity web proxies, so Nithin can’t barrage me here.