After serving me for about 1.5 years, my laptop decided to stop working. First is crashed a couple of times, and then it died dramatically, showing nice colour effects and a fade to white on the display. The effects were indeed nice, but the end result is not; I no longer have laptop. Well, granted, it still has some warranty left, so I'll try to get it fixed, but for the time of being, it is gone.
This happened to be my only computer with scratchbox and working maemo development environment; now I'll need to get my workstation into usable state. I'm concidering of re-installing it with ubuntu, that would make things easier, but I've kind of grown attached to the OS install on it (see my previous post on the subject). Probably I should just back up everything on the new fileserver's 800G RAID and get rid of the buggy Fedora installation.
First work day after a months vacation. Oh how the time flies, when you've nothing to do. =)
The transition was smooth, the last week of vacation I attended university after a longish break. Now my days are about 12 hours long... And I should find some time for OSS projects too.