As you might have noticed, the layout of blurringexistence.net has changed quite a bit. I also switched out s9y for Pelican which generates static html instead of having to host a server side dynamic CMS. I really don’t like doing maintenance on CMS systems (a couple of my …
I forgot to mention this here, but I released some ROMs for the Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660 over on Particle Android. Check it out for the details.
Finally got around to fixing sound on my Samsung X125 when using Linux.
Text-book basics apparently, add the following to
/etc/modprobe.d/alsa.conf (or create that if it doesn’t exist):
options snd-hda-intel model=laptop
And don’t forget to set the volume of the ‘Speaker’ channel.
I just released the first version of my ClockworkMod Recovery port for the Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660 on Particle Android.
Porting it was fairly trivial thanks to Samsung releasing the source code for the Linux kernel used on the device and the Galaxy Ace cyanogenmod device profile by ilarrain …
Following this procedure may result in your phone not starting up or working properly any more. Usually, you can recover it using ODIN. I cannot be held responsible for what happens to your device. By following these instructions, you agree to take full responsibility.
Here’s what I …
Somehow the pretty URLs to static pages on this s9y install stopped working (returning a 404) and I have no idea why.
It does work when I redirect the pretty URLs to the not-so-pretty URL, but somehow it doesn’t work if I let nginx rewrite it internally.
So I …
Note: This entry is in Dutch because it concerns an ADSL setup that’s pretty specific to a Dutch internet provider. If you’re interested in an English translation, feel free to leave a comment.
Hier in Zoetermeer hebben we een ADSL verbinding van Online en hebben daarbij een Thomson …
- Got a free iPad (WiFi, 16GB) for recommending someone for a job opening.
- Got a free QNAP TS-119P+ (with 1TB disk) for helping someone with his server.
Exciting times! :-)
After installing Arch Linux on my new Samsung X125 laptop I noticed that there were quite a few knobs I couldn’t turn when using just the drivers that come with the linux kernel. Most notably, I couldn’t toggle the ‘hardware’ wireless kill switch (it’s actually just a …
I just published an initial version of my review of my new subnotebook / mini-laptop / whatever it’s called: Samsung X125 review.
Soon, I’ll publish at least one more article about this subnotebook: Installing Arch Linux on the Samsung X125. And maybe another article about how to get the “F4 …