Saturday, November 03, 2007
Thursday, October 25, 2007
We were four interns at that time. Ni from Thailand, chaw from Myanmar, Arif from Indonesia and Me (Dawadi) from Nepal with SFC staffs and professors. We made our own country foods. Previously I was wonder about how to make Nepalese food. Actually I didn’t know the special Nepalese food but I had some Nepalese recipe (Nepalese rice, meat masala, curry masala, and daal). I declared to make Nepalese rice, chicken curry potato salad (aalu ko achar) and almond bara. I was not perfect about cooking though I have more than 3 years cooking experience but I don’t have any experience to make special Nepalese food. Any way I prepared food by Nepalese style. I tested all foods of Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, American and Japanese. I liked foods from each country. This is a kind of good experience about sharing culture related with food by different countries. It was almost 10PM night. We returned back Leo-palace by car with Haruhito-san. Let us see some snapshots of different country’s food:
Busy in Cooking and preparing
My important moment: I got certificate of my three months internship periods. Prof. Dr. Keiko Okawa and Prof. Dr. Jun Murai provided me that certificate with blessing. Thank you very much Profesors. I will do my best towards your dreams.
Saturday, October 20, 2007
I had never ever imagined that how the security system could be implemented. By this visit, I realized that it’s a great job and great way to control and secure the data. You may have three layers of security to reach to the gear. I don’t want explain any more about this because it’s a secret about security implemented by Japanese. It’s not under my rights to explain this.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
This week is my vmware week. i installed three FreeBSD in three VMs and tested with different network connection. VMware is really interesting. It’s a real OS emulation. Everything can be done with VM like what we can do with real machine. VMware DISK image creating (VMDK file), changing configuration on .VMX file and testing etc…
Yesterday I faced one trouble with test in my VMs. Then command “vmware-cmd” has several functionalites. We can control almost everythings from command line using vmware-cmd command like registering/unregistering VMs, starting/stopping/suspending/resetting VMs, changing the network configuratin and other configuratin parameters by setconfig command options etc..
I tried to change the network topology and make two routers conned to same network. When I ran the command:
#Vmware-cmd c:\virtual machines\BSD3\FreeBSD.vmx setconfig Ethernet1.vnet VMnet3
Setconfig (Ethernet1.vnet VMnet3)=1
It seems that it changed the network to VMnet3
#Vmware-cmd c:\virtual machines\BSD3\FreeBSD.vmx getconfig Ethernet1.vnet
Ethernet1.vnet = Vmnet3
The following video is a sample road side music played by foreigner in Akihabara city japan during their leisure time.
Saturday, October 06, 2007
Today’s tour to Kamakura is another interesting part for me. We, four interns of SFC planned already to go to kamakura, the city equipped with lots of temples and historical places. We all are from different countries. Ni (Thailand), Chaw (Mynmar), Arif (Indonesia) and Dawadi (Nepal) ha ha ha..we enjoyed travelling around the kamakura city and beach. We visited big statue of BUDDHA. I knew, Nepal is the birth place of lord Buddha but Buddha is famous in japan. There were numerous people going towards Buddha and eager to take photos. I also took some snapshots of Buddha. It seems that kamakura city is like bhaktapur city of Nepal. This city has several temples.
Saturday, September 22, 2007
woman beah volleyball in Odaiba-Beach
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Saturday, September 01, 2007
I am very much thankful to Keiko-san for such a nice opportunity to appear on this world’s top conference related to computer network. During this 5 days conference I met 3 Microsoft Researchers, FreeBSD Developer, CISCO managers and professors form different universities. By the way I became lucky that I got mail-id from almost all presenters. This is my big achievement and experience about to participate in such a conference and acquiring latest information about network/routing from IETF members, Microsoft researchers and professors. What I found that it is really incomparable about the learning technique of Nepal with other countries. Nepalese only learn theory but the most important thing is implementation. How OS can be developed, How routing software can be developed and what are the bugs on OSs and Routing, IPv6 networking and operation etc etc.. these are the major points what I learned in root level from this conference.
Thanks to Conference live broadcasting team (yoko-san, keiko-san, yukie-san, abazh-san, yoo-san, arif-san, dawadi-san, qoo-san…sorry I forgot other names) who worked full day to broadcast and upload videos online. All videos and pdfs of the presentations are available on http://www.soi.wide.ad.jp/project/sigcomm2007/. Anybody can see this videos online by installing VLC on their machine.
Thanks to SIGCOMM vice chairman for providing us two SIGCOMM T-Shirts and Books.
Audience inside conference hall
funn with SIGCOMM Podium
with Live Broadcasting equipments
Ohh.. I forgot to write about ocean13 movie in TOHO cinemas hall Kyoto. Keiko-san provided us (me and arif) 4 tickets. Actually we can see any film on any hall of Kyoto city from these tickets. But when we got that tickets, we afraid about how to reach to hall. We hadn’t had sufficient knowledge about Kyoto city and traveling on train also. Anyway after getting nice instruction from keiko-san, we reached to TOHO Cinemas hall located near NIJO station. That hall had 7 screens. Different movies were running on 7 screens. Finally we conformed to see OCEAN13 on screen 5. The hall was quite small and nice furnished with fully equipped dolby digital sound system. Ha ha ha how peaceful during watching movie inside the hall. Nobody sounds except movie characters. I remembered, I had watched one hindi movie in jaynepal hall last time in Nepal (5 mnths ago sorry I forgot the name of that movie). When HERO came on the screen then people excited with big clapping. Ha ha ha..that is the difference.