I won at CUPS

This seemed to work in compiling CUPS on OS X Leopard.

./configure --enable-pie --disable-pap --with-archflags="-arch x86_64 -arch i386" --with-ldarchflags="-arch x86_64 -arch i386" --with-adminkey="system.print.admin" --with-operkey="system.print.operator" --with-pam-module=opendirectory --disable-bannertops --disable-pdftops --disable-texttops

[REBLOG] Interactive Project: The Hello Wall.

The content below first appeared in the Thought Box blog on January 4, 2012. It was written by Deathgleaner. Click here for original post.

This is another example of a great project that uses social networking crowd-sourcing. I re-discovered this while looking through my Twitter following list. Check it out:

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4th of July !

No, I’m not in New York or Boston or Singapore, I’m sitting at home in bed in my home town of Seattle.

Every year our neighbors celebrate with a gigantic party of 50 adults and a swarm of children. They run more than a fireworks party. It’s a huge social hour complete with beer, toy trucks for the kids, and even an outdoor movie screen. After walking around our entire neighborhood this night, I’m pretty sure we have the largest July4 party for miles around.

Good news this year is that there were no spontaneous fires (read last year’s post and my blog post for details.)

Bad news this year is that it’s RAINY which kind of spoils the fun. NOT. The rain ain’t gonna stop our neighborhood from partying till midnight. In fact, I think the crowds are bigger this year.

I always remember the Fourth of July. It’s one of those highlights of the year that you can’t miss.

Day of Trip

I’m waiting for the school announcements to end, or mention the competition I’m going to. Oh look, they didn’t mention it. I’m still excited for the competition.

We got a loaner trailer for our stuff, while our own trailer is finished being made and decorated. We were packing it last night, and we must finish that today.

I’ll post from Portland.

New Star Trek movie

Don’t know if any of you saw this movie but it was the best Sci-Fi film yet. It contained a lot of action, character development, and of course humour. I like the first scene on the USS Enterprise when Kirk and McCoy walk out of the shuttle and they see Spock on the other end of the hall, and McCoy comments:

                  “Oh look, it’s the pointy-eared bastard.”

This film was awesome, even Star Trek fans would like it. It made over 350 million world gross. Terminator Salvation has failed with no reputation to speak of. I wonder what Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen will turn up. Anywho Star Trek is AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!