< ^ txtFri Oct 2 06:42:45 EDT 2015 Went to bed around 10:30, slept pretty well, and woke up around six. Sunny and windy today, with a high of sixty. Might be time to break out a jacket. Goals: Work: - Write questions for vlan tutorial Done. Added some links too. - Update condo fees Done. Listened to the latest Apple ear buds during my walk at lunch. Not bad. Not great, but not bad. Little isolation. Tonally pleasant. Bass is very dependent on ear fit, and they easily shift out of place. The best ear phones Apple has shipped. I'm glad Apple's shipping reasonably decent hear phones, but probably won't be spending a lot of time listening to them; the KSC75, which I usually use on my walks, is mostly better. Home: - Get an adventure mostly finished for Sunday Started a 'campaign5e2015' git repo. - Write a "things you might want to follow up on" message for players - Draw a couple of things for #DRAWLLOWEEN (draw one scary thing a day during October). I just found out about it today; got to catch up. - Clean up 5e notes, and make a repo for them Hmm. Looks like I had already made a repo for 5e notes when the rules first came out. Added to it. - Take out trash, vacuum, etc. Done. Questions: - How do I make a brush in Gimp? 1. Create a greyscale image with a white background. (The white will be treated as an alpha channel.) 2. Export it to `~/.gimp-2.8/brushes/` with a .gbr file extension. 3. Refresh the gimp brushes panel. Done. - Is there a keyboard shortcut to rotate a brush? Not but default, but open Edit -> Keyboard Shortcuts, and search for "brush". Tools -> Increase Brush Angle and Decrease Brush Angle - What's the non-proprietary equivalent of Cisco's VMPS? 802.1X, which includes EAP for clients to dynamically get a VLAN ID, typically by matching their MAC addresses. RADIUS can provide this, including the FreeRADIUS server. Google "freeradius dymanic vlan" for lots of info. - Gah! How do I make Firefox zoom by tab rather than by domain? about:config browser.zoom.siteSpecific = false - What's the most widely supported mardown-like table syntax? This is supported by Pandoc and Github Markdown: header 1 | header 2 ---------|--------- foo | bar nerf | gloob Optionally, we can use pipes on the left and right sides to the table. Furthermore, columns can be aligned left/center/right with colons, like: header 1 | header 2 | header 2 :--------|:--------:|---------: foo | bar | bar nerf | gloob | gloob The pipes need not line up. Cells can contain basic span formatting (bold, italic), but not blocks like lists or paragraphs.
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