After the Death Valley, we headed North to reach Bryce Canyon. On the way up, we did take a quick detour to cruise Las Vegas by car but didn’t stop there. We had a pleasant night in a very old fashioned motel near Bryce Canyon where the tenant asked me if I really was French […]
The Death Valley was our first shock of wilderness and immensity as we were welcomed by strong and sandy winds. We slept in our car at an almost empty campground inside the park. Spending the evening and waking up alone in the desert is something very special, especially there.
One of the reasons I switched from KDE to i3wm is that I love and need terminals. In my field of work you happen to spawn dozens of them and you always end up running out of space / workspaces. Yakuake has been a real ally to me for years as I intensively use a […]
First of all, I’d like to point out a quite big change in the Gentoo mongodb package. The Chromium team responsible for the v8 package decided to stop its maintenance as it was too much trouble to be used efficiently as a shared library (mainly due to upstream’s breakage behavior). Even tho I don’t like […]
The plan We started our one month roadtrip in Los Angeles where we stayed 3 days to adjust to the -9h time zone shifting. We had planned and rented a SUV for the first 15 days to tour the national parks (just before the shutdown, lucky us) then we rented a motorbike for the last 15 […]
Now that I’m back I’ve bumped some of the sys-cluster packages. Users of keepalived will be interested in this since it was more than a year that upstream released a version. keepalived-1.2.8 This is a big and long awaited one. It features major enhancements, features and bug fixes. The changelog is pretty huge but here […]
A part of me is still there, in the wild. Our USA West Coast and National Parks roadtrip was amazing, surely the most stunning we ever had so far with such a strong feeling of freedom. I’ll give more details about it along with the next photo posts.