Android phones are more than just phones, they are portable mini computers. They not only serve us to make calls but people also check email, access their social network and messenger services, browse the Internet, do banking and many-many more things on these devices. As a result they contain a lot of private and/or business information that must be protected from prying eyes (or at least highly recommended). For this reason the security of the locking mechanism of the phone has more importance then before.
Using the shell in Linux makes a lot of operations more convenient and faster.
In order to make things even more comfortable here are a few tips to setup the
bash shell. Put these lines in your
I happened to get my hands on an Gigabyte i-RAM
drive (RAM based SSD) that I put into my big box. It is a PCI card format
device that can hold 4 pcs. of DDR RAM modules and acts as a SATA drive. I
have installed 2 pcs. of 1GB 400MHz memory modules into it so I got 2GB of
fast disk space. It can be used as swap or for the
/tmp directory. My unit
however lacks the battery so it cannot be used as a storage across reboots.
So I wrote a quick init script for Gentoo to initialize it on every boot as a
Having bought an Atlys FPGA development board I wanted to use it with my existing computer setups. Most vendors support Windows out of the box and usually some RPM based distribution, mostly Red Hat. Sometimes they even might support a DEB based distribution like Debian or Ubuntu. So here is how you can make it work with your Gentoo setup.
For late night study sessions (or weekend movies) in front of the computer I wanted some light that lets me see the keyboard and provides some ambient lighting without it shining directly into my eyes. I solved this problem by mounting a 8W T5 fluorescent tube lamp facing backwards towards the wall onto the keyboard tray.