Hello out there! You may have noticed that the development process and especially the bug fixing progress stagnates somehow a little bit since some weeks. I’m very sorry about this. The problem is, that I’m currently in the process of founding a little company and beside this, I currently also have some bigger health problems. […]
Archive for September, 2015
The new Linux Kernel Version 4.2.2 is available for download! Visit the Linux Kernel Archive here: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/ Get the new Linux Kernel directly through this link: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/linux-4.2.2.tar.gz NEW: See the latest FUN statistics for this Kernel version here: https://www.linuxcounter.net/statistics/kernel See how many lines of code this new version has, how many bad words or how […]
If you’re paying really close attention, you’ll remember that
in my last article, I was exploring the rudiments of a script that would
accept a list of words as input and create a word search grid,
suitable for printing. more>>
Recently I wrote a review for the Linux Journal Web
site on the Purism Librem 15 laptop. The goal of this laptop is to provide a piece of modern hardware that
can run 100% free software not just for the OS, but also all device drivers
and firmware up to and including the BIOS. more>>
I admit it, some tools confuse me. I know they must be amazing, because
programs don’t get popular by being dumb (well, reality TV, but that’s
another story). I have the same sort of confusion with Vagrant that I
have with Wine, Docker, Chef and countless other amazing tools people
constantly rave about. So in this article, I’m going to break down Vagrant into
its simplest form.
The last three days, I’ve created a small bash script that outputs some important server health information. I’m using this script for displaying the server health on my Raspberry Pi at home. I’ll buy one of these official 7 inch touch screen displays for the Raspberry Pi and then show these health information on it. […]
Connect to the Internet, work with your files, lock your workspace,
listen to music and do so much more with the
help of Bluetooth technology.
Bug database has a bug of its own that could allow an intruder to create an unauthorized account.
Report focuses federal resources on achieving universal Internet access.
The new Linux Kernel Version 4.2.1 is available for download! Visit the Linux Kernel Archive here: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/ Get the new Linux Kernel directly through this link: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/linux-4.2.1.tar.gz NEW: See the latest FUN statistics for this Kernel version here: https://www.linuxcounter.net/statistics/kernel See how many lines of code this new version has, how many bad words or how […]
As expected, Linus Torvalds released a few minutes ago, September 20, the second Release Candidate (RC) build of the upcoming Linux 4.3 kernel series, due for release later this year.
According to Linus Torvalds, Linux kernel 4.3 Release Candidate …
Gerhard Gappmeier has submitted a really cool and useful bash script, that he is using for years now. It is very helpful for developers. This scripts can replace file headers from C/C++/JAVA header and source files. Often it’s necessary to replace the license conditions in multiple source files, update the copyright year, or simply make […]
Refugees welcome! Some words to all these Nazis… #refugeeswelcome #ichbinkeinnaziaber #wellcomechallange #welcomechallange #mundaufmachen
Dear friends of the Linux Counter Project! Many people already said many words about the current situation. But I feel the need to also say some few words about this, especially about the current situation in Germany. Currently there are many people, most of them in the eastern part of germany, that doesn’t seem to […]
The following script was written by me to be able to get the really used amount of memory for one single application. Since it isn’t that easy to get the used memory through “top” or “ps” or similar tools, this may be helpful for somebody. The output is in megabytes and looks like this:
The following small script was written by me in order to be able to simply cut parts from very large text files. It is very useful for database administrators to for example cut the SQL statements for creating and restoring one single table from a really large SQL dump. For this you would need to […]
Leading browser makers say no to porous encryption algorithm
Some few weeks ago, I’ve modified the login page a bit. Since then there is a really big, red blinking button named “Get a new password here!”. Also since then, when entering wrong credentials in the login form, the error message gives very detailed information on what to do when you have forgotten your password […]
How to Do That Thing You Do
I love to learn. I’ve always been a learner, so grade school and
college were both extremely enjoyable for me. more>>