Remember my last story about my awesome debian installation? Well it didn’t work out as I wanted it. Awesome itself was somehow to heavy for my taste. So many customization options. Huge lua scripts for all kind of tasks - no matter how simple they where etc etc.
Well I was reading suckless.org a lot lately and liked it more and more.
the idea that they don’t parse configfiles but instead you modify a config.
Imagine you’ve got a Macbook A1181 from 2006. Which is also the perfect hardware if you want a nice libre notebook.
Okay I didn’t flash the EFI with Libreboot, because I’m afraid that I can’t go back then. But in theory it’s possible.
It is also a nice looking versatile notebook.
Goals Get the keyboard working like the macos version (US mac + German Umlauts using Alt+U + umlaut or Alt+s)
Hi bought a old used Galaxy Nexus for 30 bucks on ebay, to try postmarketOS (https://postmarketos.org/).
The reason I choose this model was because of it’s great hardware support. Especially Wifi (Supported Devices)[https://wiki.postmarketos.org/wiki/Devices].
I hope I can get Bluetooth to work, since I want to use this device as an encrypted ultra mobile backup device with vpn, ssh, terminal and a bluetooth keyboard for system administration.
Galaxy Nexus Boot Modes Vol- + Power = Bootloader Vol+ + Vol- + Power = Recovery Install postmarketOS Device Preparation First I unlocked the device bootloader using fastboot
my journey of finding the right TV Stick for my tvheadend setup finally came to an end.
And to watch and record 2 channels simultaneously I bought 3 of them which are working great.
My DVB-C USB-Stick of choice is now:
Hauppauge - PCTV 292e triple mode DVBT-2 reciever https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B004C1176E I bought exactly this one I use this 3 channel splitter to connect three of those pctv-sticks - https://www.
I just ordered my Onion Omega2 and Omega2+ plus Expansion Board at the german reseller https://paradisetronic.com/. After just 2 days of waiting three little pieces of hardware arrived.
They come with a custom Linux based on the LEDE project.
After they booted (takes about 1 minute) the OEM firmware opens a WiFi Access Point with a name starting with Omega-. Default WPA password is 12345678. Default device IP: 192.168.3.1 http://192.168.3.1
since the internet is full of outdated information on configuring the Yubikey to work with GnuPG on macOS I’ll get you an update for High Sierra.
Personally I’d recommend to use GPG Suite from https://gpgtools.org/ to install gnupg on a macOS. It brings a lot of features and a plugin for Mail.
Use Yubikey’s OpenPGP with SSH Create a gpg-agent.conf config and update your ~/.bash_profile to enable gnupg’s ssh agent.
Especially at work you should lock your screen when you leave your workspace.
To make this easier when you’re a YubiKey user, I’ve created the following script to automatically lock your screen when you unplug your YubiKey.
After that it waits until a YubiKey is inserted again and from then on it will lock the screen again if you remove it.
Even when it would be much nicer to install the script as a launchd daemon I don’t recommend it.
Hey guys, in todays post I’ll guide you to get the maximum out of your Fire TV Stick.
FireTV Stick Gen 2 FireTV 4k FireTV Stick 4k I think the the first generation of the firetv stick might be to slow, but it’s as fine with the second generation as it is with the latest 4k version
Updates from February 2019 I’ve just updated to the latest FireTV Stick (FireTV Stick 4k) and I tried to reduce the apps.
this article is about setting up a raspberry pi 3 to receive Audio via Bluetooth and Airplay and play it via connected USB-Soundcard.
In my setup the USB-Soundcard is a Behringer USB multi channel Mixer connected to my yamaha speakers.
The part with the Airplay is done easily - even with multi room audio sync.
Here I recommend installing shairport-sync (https://github.com/mikebrady/shairport-sync)
On your way you’ll stumble across the following: