Bombed shell picture
01F13 — Bombed shell

The machines that assist me

Computer Workstations

Nejishiki is my visual work machine. Most of the time, it is running OpenBSD, but I switch to MacOS for some proprietary software. The best feature of this computer is its HiDPI screen. It is essential when I work on photography or type design, and macOS provides the best tools for such tasks.

For more technical work, I switch to Miminaga. This machine is dedicated to programming and non-graphical tasks where distraction is not desirable. Miminaga runs 9front most of the time. For more casual tasks like emails, I switch to Haiku.

My mechanical keyboard and my wireless ThinkPad mouse are plugged to a USB dock that I plug to the computer I currently use. If I have some design work, I also use an old WACOM Tablet.

I rent some remote servers for fun. The most useful of them is Chitatap, running 9front, but I also use Oyabun if needed. When I don’t use any of these machines, my Plan 9 network, rixe gets some love.

My configuration files are available here.

environement software

unix beautification

A computing phantom picture
xok9 — A computing phantom
The text station picture
miminaga — The text station

2 Incoming Links

research crux

Updates


Updated on 01X06, edited 23 times (+60/109fh).

02D00
Server is live
01Y13
The machine died
01Y04
Haiku and 9front install
01U03
New Qt home
01N13
Migrated to OpenBSD
01L11
Migrated Bedrock to CRUX
01L03
Migrated Elementary to Bedrock
01K01
Migrated Arch to Elementary