This summer has been pretty hectic, since the beginning of May, I picked up a second job at Pat’s Foods in Hancock working their trucks two mornings a week. On top of that, I’m still putting in hours at Resnet and am taking a class (World Resources and Developement) at Tech.
After the first couple weeks work has been interesting at Resnet (the first two weeks were full of the tedious process of disconnecting nearly 2000 users by hand). Since then, I’ve been installing and configuring Xubuntu on an old K6 laptop we have at the office. All I have left on that project is a couple networking scripts and setting up sudo access for a few commands for the user.
My other project has been setting up BackupPC for the office. Since this is something that I’ve been wanting to do for a while now, I decided that the proper way to learn and test the program would be to isntall it on my home network to learn the configuration files. After a run-in with an rsync error I got it all set up and will be installing it in the office at the begining of the week.
Somehow I’ve even managed to find some free time and this weekend I’ll be going out to see some waterfalls. Life is good.