What a week?


What a hectic week it has been? The earliest i reached home was on Friday night at 0000hrs. During the start of the week i decided that i am going to reduce my food intake and ended up eating more junk food. :-( The only time i ate staple food was on Friday when i gulped in some good amount of Aloo Parathas from Tasty Bites. Saturday was spent sleeping as usual. Also tried to get the USB modem provided by Touchtel working on Linux in vain. Anyone here using the Bharathi Tocuhtel connection on Linux?

On Sunday, Vinod and Hemant, who worked at Wipro when i was in Hyderabad had come down to Bangalore and we decided to catch up near K2 (Wipro's office opposite to the park at Koramangala.) Had a nice time talking about those good days. And after a long time, i had my favourite Devils Own at Coffee Day. Meanwhile Harish called telling that the LJ meet was on. Appaji was interested about the meet but had some other commitments and couldn't make it. I joined the folks at Barista by 1830 and they were already having a great time. General chit-chat followed by a walk down the Brigade Road to Corner house for ice-cream, thanks to Shradha.

And i met this fantastic person, Alan. What a lovely person with his timing jokes. Savio was fondly remembered for his train journey experiences.

Overall, a great way to end up a screwed up week.

More here.


Hi Balaji, I too have a touchtel zipnet connection with a Xentrix x7005 modem. I have installed RedHat linux. Any luck with getting it to work? How to get hold of the drivers?

hi prabodh,
i struggled the other day and left. we thought that we will upgrade to fedora and try it. he has upgraded to fedora but i didnt find to try it yet. may be once i am back in india, will give a try.

will post updates here if i succeed.

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