On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 12:09:56PM +0000, Conor Daly wrote:
> For my shower, the little fancy bits at the edges mean that the (admittedly
> single side) doorframe resides about 2cm above the lip if the tray itself.
> I solved it with the judicious application of large quantities of silicone
> sealer followed by a few of the shower tiles across the outside to disguise
> the 'orrible look of the sealer. YMMV for a corner setup (perhaps put some
> sort of (small) block under the actual corner of the frame and fill in the
> rest with silicone.
hm, shower tile. good idea. i have lots of that. i was thinking of
a plastic strip, but that might work too.
> BTW, what did you do with the rad?
sms'd my builder. still waiting, but i only did it yesterday evening.
in the meantime i've wrapped a towel around it and left it alone.
this is all distracting me from what really bothers me - namely i have to
type my password in three times when i log in to my laptop the first time
- once for login, once for my rsa ssh key and once for my dsa ssh key.
i really want to write an ssh-agent pam module. i have all the docs
and the ssh/ssl source but no time at the moment.
kevin at suberic.net can you decypher the hidden message?
fork()'ed on 37058400 fhsa jhs foiqrn kjan rvgn mv. bvdf bvdfk fghdfgs
meatspace place: work sjnf qrfrtfbmf? zc fou djv eruhfgaa varuf haerf.
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