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doctorlinguist
    @adiabatic that could be problematic since dBA is not so good at low frequencies. however, I don't think it would be so off base as to be completely useless.
    doctorlinguist
      @adiabatic (remember that A-weighting is frequency dependent.)
      doctorlinguist
        @adiabatic dBA would be more physiologic, but dB is better than nothing.
        doctorlinguist
          one-liner of the evening: find . -name 'gitkeep' -print | perl -ne 'chomp;$x=$_;s/git/.git/;print"mv $x $_\n"' | tee /dev/$tty | csh
          doctorlinguist
            final diagnosis: crashed hard disk that was making the OS kernel panic. DiskWarrior couldn't fix it, so Data Rescue is getting the recoverable bits off and we'll see if I can rehabilitate it later.
            doctorlinguist
              @adiabatic @pzr or "; drop table priorities" ?
              doctorlinguist
                @mlv Perl! The cmp and <=> operators.
                doctorlinguist
                  DiskWarrior fixed one disk and is working on the other. No major issues, though. Maybe the system just plain overheated.
                  doctorlinguist
                    going to bed. not much else to do.
                    doctorlinguist
                      maybe I should find the cat a home. she's not peed on the pad one day out of 10. she's clearly unhappy and I don't know what else to do.
                      doctorlinguist
                        well, so much for building TenFourFox 38.2.1. DiskWarrior will probably run all night. no errors, but the interminable Step 5 on a 500GB drive is likely an overnight process.
                        doctorlinguist
                          Go, DiskWarrior, go!
                          doctorlinguist
                            @tewha @gtwilson for someone like me with a big Classic investment, it's what I prefer. Plus, I feel a general loss of control with later OS X versions, starting with 10.7.
                            doctorlinguist
                              @gtwilson (just checked. it is indeed a 10MHz J-11.)
                              doctorlinguist
                                @gtwilson that said, it's a J-11, right? there must be a VAXy Linux that will run on that.