> Well, line of sight eh? Adam - I wonder if I could put a tall antenna on
> top of Beaumont School so the two of us could communicate.
>Uh, the two of us /can/ communicate? HEL-LO DONNCHA, I'M TALKING TO YOU FROM
> Might even be able to get Niamh in on it too, God knows, I've been
> promising to install Linux on her machine for ages as it is.. Owen
> is just down the road in the other direction ..
>Be pretty cool if there was a network of repeaters around the city actually,
with a couple of base stations tied into the net. I've got a fiver, a couple
of old CBs and a rake of insulation tape here to get the process started...
> If only we were living in the Netherlands or somewhere else flat!
>Nah, although I've seriously thought about moving for a broadband
connection - Sweden is apparently dirt cheap, but the cost of living is
crazy and beer is far too expensive for my consumption level - I'd never do
it. Cork's just the berries like!
> Oh.. I'll be in the Metropole tonight, wasn't there last week because of
> an emergency with MX records and mail servers :|
>I know that feeling. Wrote a batch PHP script a few weeks ago to rewrite all
of my zone files, because I've renamed my machines and I've finally got the
names servers on different networks, but missed out a trailing period
somewhere. Messy business, very messy. :)
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