Moved to Vaio! (July 26, 2006, 0) - The power adapter on my Fujitsu Lifebook P1110 has just completely given up. Fortunately, my parents had given me the Sony Vaio U1 to use as a backup computer. After a day of upgrading it from Ubuntu Breezy Badger to Ubuntu Dapper Drake (that should teach me to deselect all of the GNOME packages before
Meep. Slight problem. (July 25, 2006, 0) - My power adapter’s just about ready to give up the ghost. The cord
connecting the adapter to the laptop has frayed near the plug, and
it’s the part that’s integrated with the adapter, not the replaceable
cord that connects it to the power outlet. Fujitsu Canada sells the
part for CAD 55, but requires a Canadian-based credit card, and
I heart ultraportables! (July 27, 2006, 0) - The power adapter for my Fujitsu Lifebook P1110 gave up two days ago.
With the funny way my life works, an inconvenience like that turned
into a great opportunity to try out the Sony Vaio U1.
My dad used the Vaio as a wearable computer, strapping it into a
customized belt bag during his aerial photo shoots so that
we live! (March 12, 2003, 0) - Okay, got CVS Emacs running on my Vaio. Look; I’m referring to it as “my Vaio” now. =) The website’s been uploaded. Obligatory plug: Adphoto, Inc. – the best digital photography and imaging company in the Philippines. Don’t mind the design; turns out this wasn’t the one my mom approved, so it’ll probably get overhauled
software suspend (March 14, 2003, 0) - To get software suspend under Linux on the Sony Vaio U1, I followed
the instructions at http://www.spic.net/u1/linux/dl/ . I also copied
the ac adaptor scripts so that the Vaio changes power settings
Update: 2003.12.26: Hmmm, Forbidden.