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Video of me creating this simple smartphone holder. Main purpose to build it was to take a timelaps and static shots.

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I just move my entire lab from my apartment to new office… Finalny some space :-)

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Short story about WD Green hdd ;)

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Short video about my fix of Logitech B605 wireless mouse. The problem was random “double click” effect, when i hit button once.

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I have a few ftdi serial devices in which the manufacturer has changed the standard ftdi chips product and vendor numbers to some custom values (you can check those values using the lsusb command, vendor and product ID are two numbers separated by a colon). Until recently this was not a big deal, because there was a way to pass the vendor and product id params to fdti_sio module during the loading with the use of modproble command, but since 3.12 kernel everything changes…

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Today I want to show you my quick project (about 2h of work): it’s a desk lamp with a touch sensor as toggle (on/off) switch. Wherever you touch the lamp, it will toggle on/off. Take a look at my video below, and you will see what I’m talking about. ;)

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In ubuntu 13.10 the ia32-libs package has been removed, and because of that installing any 32 bit app on 64 bit is not as simple as it was before. Below I will show you how I have handled this problem and how to install the adobe air runtime enviroment.

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Two days ago I replaced my hard drive in laptop with a new solid state drive, and switched to the new Ubuntu 14.04LTS release. As everyone knows, frequent write operations slowly kill that kind of drives. Below I would like to show you a few tips how to tune your ubuntu to be more ssd-friendly, and enjoy the long life of your expensive drives. ;)

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eSvn was missing in new Ubuntu 14.04LTS so I create my own binary package for eSvn 0.7.0. Below you can download it ;-)

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Today I will show you how I do it. Using pg_dumpall or mysqldump creates one single big file containing all the databases in it. But it is really difficult to restore something from this file. So a better solution is to write each database dump into a single file.

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