A couple of weeks ago was the Classic Game Fest in Austin. There was one corner block that had a bunch of assorted homebrewers, particularly Atari 800 and Sega Genesis. Then I realized I had my laptop and tried to see if I could get my old stuff running, as I knew my make files were smart enough to start an emulator.
The first thing that surprised me was getting a bunch of signed vs unsigned char warnings. It seems I had a newer gcc installed than when I had worked on that old code.
I've been moving back to San Antonio so that I can be closer to my mom; now that she's getting older, I need to NOT be on the opposite side of the worst traffic in central Texas, namely Austin. Last week I got static IP set up on the house here in SA, and this past weekend I brought down the MythTV computer. It took me an hour or two to get it set up, but the guide data for channel 29 wasn't coming in. I suspected it was because I wanted to keep the old Austin data around (as reference for the
So anyhow, I've had a pretty busy couple of days. Monday, I finally fixed the EGR valve in my truck so that I could get a vehicle inspection. And yesterday I managed to lose my keys. I thought I had left them in the door lock when I was getting stuff out while parked at work. But I had a spare key, so I went home. I finally installed the new door locks on the house doors that I've been putting off for five years, since that keychain had the only key to those locks. Then after all that I no