Does any of you guys actually ride a motorbike while the snow is on the streets? Look at this poor fella … http://t.co/CvUrPrFt
Two years had passed, it seems like it was yesterday. Well, I guess not for everyone so here they are – chroots updated with a list of installed packages inside. As previously you will find both Th and Titanium branches for your convenience. Go ahead, test it, use it and see if it actually worksShare
With a huge help from shadzik and marTi (thanks guys for your support) I’ve been able to move our stbr to a new place. Your requests will be available under http://stbr.pld-users.org/ from now on. Everything else regarding the bot remains unchanged (so far, but I have some plans for it so stay tuned).Share
Introducing my new toy: Yamaha FZ6, commonly known as “Fazer”.
2300km on the odometer and counting. See you on the road
You can find some interesting facts about this make and its history here.
Specs and other stuff here.Share
Since hawk’s and undefined’s chroots are a bit off sync I decided to step up and make my own home-made chroots based on what you can find in main repositories of PLD Th and Titanium (no -ready, -test stuff).
There are i686 and x86_64 available.
Go ahead and poke around: http://dlugosz.eu/chroots/
Those are fairly minimal base installs of PLD enhanced with ssh tools and some network goodies such as: netcat, tcpdump, nmap or traceroute.
PLD Th chroot is equipped with 2.6.28-7 kernel and PLD Titanium version has a 2.6.27-19 one. Whole package was prepared on ext3 filesystem (bare that in mind when choosing a different one).
No promises (as always ) but I’ll try to keep them up-to-date (which basically means there will be a new pack once in a month or two).
Any comments are welcome. Please, at least let me know if it worksShare
The previous one had been lost with the old site so I’ve decided to make a new video showing how easily and quickly you can deploy base version of PLD on your (virtual)machine.
Note: you’ll be presented with a bunch of choices during the actual install but accepting defaults should be safe enough to complete the task. This is of course the simplest procedure one can think of. No RAID, LVM or other fancy stuff.
Feel free to add comments as this video is probably far from perfect
Enough talking, see it live on your screen 😉