I have had a few requests from people to see pictures in relation to my accident. Here are a few very poor quality X-rays of my right arm and leg. They are photocopies of my X-rays which were given to me and I then scanned so don’t expect brilliant image detail. As is normal, click on the thumbnail to get the full sized image.
First up is my arm. Before and then after shots.
Right arm before surgery.
Right arm after surgery.
Next up is my lower right leg. A few complete breaks in the before shot. Look at all that yummy metal in the after shot.
Right lower leg before I had surgery.
Right lower leg after surgery. Look at all that metal, yummy.
If you are easily squeamish you probably shouldn’t read any further.
With the before picture of my leg, what you are seeing is my leg after the critical emergency ambulance officer straightened my leg and put the bones back in which is something I mentioned in a previous post. Simply put, after I hit the ground I looked at my leg and noticed my bones sticking out through my jeans.
Or… ZOMG! The World is Going to End – Grub for Slackware!
I came across the below entry at DistroWatch today. The announcement is about Slackware14.1 Beta and mentions some of the things to expect with it. One of those items is that Grub is to be added to the main tree. For those who don’t know, Slackware still uses the LILO boot loader.
Today Patrick Volkerding declared the “Current” branch beta which means that the upcoming stable Slackware Linux 14.1 is in the final stages of development. Quoting from the changelog: “Hey folks, I’m calling this a beta! Really, it’s been better than beta quality for a while. There will probably still be a few more updates here and there (and certainly updates to the docs). Enjoy, and please test.” Other important changes include update to Linux kernel 3.10.12, the introduction of GRUB into the main tree (“Welcome GRUB!”), and updates to the just-release Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird 24.0 (the extended support releases). This will be the first stable version of Slackware Linux in over a year. As always, there are no official installation DVD images during this development period, but interested testers can download the latest unofficial build of the “Current” tree provided by Slackware developer Eric Hameleers: slackware64-current-install-dvd.iso (2,331MB, MD5). Pre-orders are also available.
via Development Release: Slackware Linux 14.1 Beta (DistroWatch.com News).