When creating a Jolla application you may at some point need to add a dependency. Doing so is not trivial and there does not seem to be much documentation on the topic. Consequently I decided to write a short guide on how to add a dependency in a Jolla app …read more
In my pursuit of making a great mobile application to show quotes from various author, philosophers and thinkers I created a python tool to download in bulk quotes from wikiquote.org. The tool is simply called "wikiquotes-downloader". "wikiquotes-downloader" is aimed at downloading all quotes from a certain individual from Wikiquote's …read more
One of the first challenges I faced when programming KExt is how to allocate and manage memory in Kernel Extensions on Mac OS X. IO Kit memory management is quite different from regular standard C++ management. Here are a couple of differences you should bear in mind all the time …read more
Let's face, if anyone steal your USB stick, external hard drive or even your laptop what will prevent from accessing your data? Have you encrypted them? They would have access to all your financial data, photos, your private communications, ...
There are legimitate secrets and your should protect them.
What will …read more
Here is a list of applications a journalist should have and should master:
1 - Truecrypt - General purpose offline data protection
It is easy to think that your data on your computer is safe. But if the data is not encrypted, all it takes to get a hold of your data …read more
Understanding the Linux Kernel Third Edition,Daniel P. Bovet and Marco Cesati P.h.D.,O'Reilly,November 2005,0596005652
This wonderful piece of technical work from Daniel P. Bovet and Marco Cesati explains the internal workings of the Linux Kernel, one of …read more
There are many ways to try Ubuntu 12.10 without upgrading your Ubuntu 12.04 system. One simple way is to use a VM,. That's a nice way, but there is also chroot. This tutorial is about running a chrooted Quantal within Precise (12.04) system, but it can be …read more
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