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Working on the Jukebox Server. I've opened up the machine and plugged in the new hard drive. (Currently it's not mounted properly - it's dangling from the cable, resting on a little white cup.) The stack of CD-Roms at right are part of a collection (more than 150) containing MP3 files encoded from every single audio cd in our CD collection. (The plastic cases contain 4 discs each, you can see that the top one contains #133-136.) The blue notebook on top of the computer contains printouts showing what's on each of those CD-Roms. You can see on screen that XMMS is running (a functional Linux equivalent of Winamp), and you can see a piece of a terminal window where I'm monitoring the file copying. (You can see the CD drive's light is on.) The black notebook with "Tux the Penguin" contains my technical notes on the project. The stack of manuals in the back should be self-explanatory...
Photos by Chaz Boston Baden.
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