After 2 years I thought it’s time to bring back life to this blog. I was busy the last years with different projects and lifechanging things. I was a developer on a cubesat project, did some webpage jobs, build a couple of weird machines and played around with a couple of nice gadets. Last year […]
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Support on RHEL for Chrome is poor, so here’s a quick tutorial on how to install it: wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm yum install redhat-lsb libXScrnSaver yum google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm If you need the chromedriver for webapp tests, simply install it from EPEL: yum install chromedriver
I lately upgraded my linux laptop with a new SSD and thought it would also be a good time to install the new Ubuntu 16.04 LTS version. I did a backup of my old system (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS) but I thought it would be a good idea to setup a fresh system and just copy […]
In 2013 Serj Brin introduced Google Glass on the Google I/O. At this time there wasn’t any wearable device on the market (Maybe the first Pebble watch…). From this moment on I just wanted to play with one of this devices but the price was high – 1.500,- and just for US citizens. After a […]
Using a web-based Email Account means you don’t have a local backup of your files and if gmail fails you can loose your mails. Here’s a quick howto on creating a local Backup of your Gmail Account.
Another Kickstarter project which was successfully funded. I received my reward a couple of month ago, now here’s a quick review.
Yes – I use iTunes to organize and sync my music. But all my music is on my local Windows machine, and I can’t share them (only on AppleTV), so I decided to sync my music to my NAS. There I got Plex and other tools to share my music to whatever device I want. […]
The Linux Kernel has been updated to include support for the Xbox One controller (wired only – from kernel 3.17) but if you are using Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10 or any of its derivatives you will need to use DKMS to get it running.
Sometimes Webpages on a Linux Desktop break or look bad but on other OSes work perfectly. Maybe a CSS Problem? Or maybe a problem with Microsoft?
I spent several hours to figure out how to backup a mssql-server with linux. It wasn’t easy but I found a nice solution.