God is sending me a message?

Yesterday the day was dedicated to my NSLU2 device (aka slougaki). I wanted to install and set up a decent Linux distribution such as Debian. Unfortunately it doesn’t support fedora :(. After a long time process (about 5 hours) I was able to login to my brand new installation.

ssh cmpahar@

cmpahar@’s password:


/me shocked

As you can see my NSLU2’s name is matina-PC although during the installation I put “malta”. The other weird thing is that “matina” is my x-girlfriend’s name. I couldn’t believe it.

Let’s  # cat hosts

cmpahar@matina-PC:~$ cat /etc/hosts    localhost    matina-PC.lan    matina-PC

# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
::1     localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
fe00::0 ip6-localnet
ff00::0 ip6-mcastprefix
ff02::1 ip6-allnodes
ff02::2 ip6-allrouters
ff02::3 ip6-allhosts

I don’t now what exactly happened! My x-girlfriend is a super ninja and tries to revenge me or God is sending me a message?

Although you have to be carefull, evil divorced ninja women are out there..


6 responses to “God is sending me a message?”

  1. NSLU2 is a really nice device for home file sharing with not very high data traffic. I have mine running Debian with NFS, SAMBA, HTTP for nearly two years and it keeps running without any problems.

  2. χαχαχαχα
    Έχει τύχει και σε μένα πολλές φορές. Και φυσικά η πρώτη φορά με σόκαρε και μένα. Άρχισα ανακρίσεις για την χρήση των PCιων μου απο τρίτους. Και φυσικά για όλα φταίει το καταραμένο DHCP. Όπως είπαν και τα παιδιά απο πάνω: απλά παίζεις με την εντολή hostname ή το ομώνυμο αρχείο στο /etc σαν root πάντα. Τι μου θύμησες τώρα… 😛

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