Berkeley CSUA MOTD:2002:January:20 Sunday <Saturday, Monday>
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2002/1/20-21 [Recreation/Music] UID:23609 Activity:high 55%like:23617
1/20    (not a troll), gimme examples of "White trash" music. (for
        cd compilation I am intending to give nephew in Blythe, CA).
        \_ Ted Nugent.
        \_ Poison!
        \_ Kid Rock
           \_ Oh, hell yeah.  Add:  Lynyrd Skynyrd
        \_ Would CCR count?  -John
           \- no, but living in Lodi does, --psb
        \_ If he's in Watts, why do you want "trash" music? Also, there is no
           such thing as black trash, only white trash. If you want ghetto
           music, there is east coast and west coast. If he's in Watts, go
           West Coast. 2Pac, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, etc. If Watts was just
           hypothetical, you can put East coast stuff on there. Notorious BIG,
           Jay-Z, and Nas are big names to start with. Look at Billboard's
           Hip Hop charts for the latest hits.
        \_ Any covers of "White Trash" music with a rap bit added.  -John
2002/1/20 [Computer/HW/Drives] UID:23610 Activity:nil
1/19    Let's say I'd like to run a Linux router using a 100Mhz Pentium 32Mg,
        no HD, 1 3.5" floppy, 2 NIC cards. Can I fit the entire kernel and
        other routing shit on puny 1.4meg drive?
        \_ here's my linux 2.2.19 router:
        /> foreach i (bin etc lib mnt var boot dev initrd sbin usr)
        foreach? du -sh $i
        foreach? end
        2.0M    bin
        1.5M    etc
        13M     lib
        4.0k    mnt
        45M     var
        1.3M    boot
        64k     dev
        4.0k    initrd
        1.8M    sbin
        631M    usr
        (/usr has a bunch of stuff in /usr/src)

        \_ I think NetBSD might do this fairly well; another option is picoBSD.
        \_  is one attempt.  (I haven't used it in
           a while.)
        \_ Hey, wasn't someone asking yesterday what to do with a spare 4G
           hard drive?...
           \_ a humming router? No thanks! (floppy is quieter)
           \_ If you're going to stick a HD in it then you might as well make
              it do something like dns, mail server, etc.  If you don't need a
              low end server then you should do the floppy-only thing.  Why
              make extra noise and heat and burn more power for nothing?
           \_ how about getting a CompactFlash->IDE adapter?
        \_ try PicoBSD
        \_ I've been using this for six+ months.
           I have three NICs (outside, inside, DMZ). Of the distros included
           in LEAF, I use Oxygen. P133, 16 MB, 1.68MB floppy. --jsjacob
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:2002:January:20 Sunday <Saturday, Monday>