Finally. Shushi

Madame waited so long for her next sushi shot;)
(9 months )


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Today we all arrived home.


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Nina Rozenn







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So, we watched this movie.
The first half of it is really awesome.
Finally a movie, where the future looks bright and shiny.
Utopian SciFi again!
Just to tumble into the darkness bad.
We need more positiv stories on cinema.
The firstpart, bulding up that story, is just an engineers dream, if we can fix it, we will fix it.
But somehow this did lead into a dystopia, reasons where not explained.
The hero tries to fix it, seems to be successfull, but the ending is, when you think about it, just plain horrible.
Brain Drain!
What they leave behind is an earth, populated just be the dumb, lawyers, capitalists and politicians.
Lucky me, I would not need to live there.
I don’t think this would play out well in a Tomorrowland 2…

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Whisky und Karamalz

Trying out new things:


Whisky und combination with malt beer..
Or as it is called here:
Weird taste..but funny.
All together I would call it Kinderwhisky.

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Gentoo Raspberry Pi 0.5

My blog is running on current software..again.
But major Raspberry Pi news:
It is now running on Gentoo.
But still lot to do, forgot the login..:))

Why is this a big thing?
Well, I only have Gentoo on my VirtualBox here.
And mounting a SD Card does not work, at least as a non Windows device.
So, create a hdd.img.

dd if=/dev/zero of=hdd.img bs=1024 count=15360000

15GB, my SD is 16GB and I am not sure, how broken it is.

Fdisk that image:

fdisk /mnt/vir/hdd.img

Welcome to fdisk (util-linux 2.25.2).
Changes will remain in memory only, until you decide to write them.
Be careful before using the write command.

Command (m for help): p
Disk /mnt/vir/hdd.img: 14.7 GiB, 15728640000 bytes, 30720000 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disklabel type: dos
Disk identifier: 0x5b32974e

Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type
/mnt/vir/hdd.img1 2048 268287 266240 130M c W95 FAT32 (LBA)
/mnt/vir/hdd.img2 268288 30719999 30451712 14.5G 83 Linux

Oh yeah, /mnt/vir?
Well, my vdi was only 8GB, so I needed a new HDD on that VM ..
And mounted it quickly there.

And now the complicated part:
Get those partitions mounted.
For that we need to create some loop devices:

losetup -o 1048576 --sizelimit 137362944 /dev/loop1 hdd.img
losetup -o 137363456 --sizelimit 15728639488 /dev/loop2 hdd.img

From here on just follow the directions given in the Gentoo Wiki.
Copy the hdd.img to Windows and write it on the SD Card.

Next Steps:
– Get Login working (should be adjusting /etc/shadow)
– Cross Compilation (I have no idea..yet)

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We are more ready with every day;)
Now we even have a safety car baby seat thing.


Only thing we are missing is a car:))
Cybex Aton 4
Let’s see, how the color will fit to poo and vomit:)

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Zauberhaft Sterben


Or how would one translate:
“Die Magic”

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That was some unnecessary lecture.
I did not learn that much.
We did some training and exercises, but explanation why we should do what and when, were rare.
4 hours, which could have been condensed into 1 hour.
Next week is first aid and baby care.
I hope that one is better, because I have 0 knowledge on that topic.
I do not even know, how to hold Petit Mademoiselle.

And for you bachelors out there:

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This is good TV!
The life of Pablo Escobar.

If you don’t know him, watch the show.
If you know it!
I was fascinated from beginning to the end.
Nearly binge watched it over the weekend.
The story is really well told and captures you from the start.
And now I have to read books on Escobar.

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